Une transition juste: des raffineries aux énergies renouvelables


27 Oct 2015, 7 - 9pm

The David Brower Center, Berkeley


Drew Dellinger


27 Oct 2015
7 - 9pm

The David Brower Center
2150 Allston Way
Berkeley,  94704
United States
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Dans cette conversation interactive, des intervenants nous offriront des témoignages de leur travail commun en faveur d'un avenir énergétique durable.

Do you know if your home lies within an oil train blast zone? How many people in your community have suffered health issues related to Bay Area refineries? Oil travels through the Bay Area every day -- where does it come from, and where does it go?

Most Bay Area residents are not aware of the extent to which their homes, workplaces and local communities are affected by local refineries and refinery-related transport. In this interactive conversation, Bay Area "refinery row" residents and energy visionaries will offer testimony to their shared work toward a sustainable energy future. Speakers will include Jack Lucero Fleck of 350 Bay Area, Jessica Hendricks of Global Community Monitor, oil and energy expert Antonia Juhasz, Greg Karras of Communities for a Better Environment, Colin Miller of Bay Localize, and more. Together we'll consider what drives a just transition away from fossil fuels, what we can learn from local actions and partnerships, and what justice has to do with all of this.


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