Wednesday, June 11, 2008, at 6:30pm
University of Pittsburgh Law School
Barco Law Building, Room 113
3900 Forbes Avenue, Pittsburgh
America is facing critical choices about its energy future; how do we fulfill our energy needs AND combat global warming? The coal industry wants to turn coal into a liquid transportation fuel. But liquid coal would have devastating impacts on our economy , our communities and our environment.
After the film, Lisa Graves-Marcucci of Jefferson Action Group will discuss the social and environmental impacts of mining and how coal to liquid technology will adversely effect the citizens of Western PA.
Admission is FREE, but please RSVP or call Michael Parker at GASP at 412-325-7382.