NEEC Second Annual Conference: Acting Locally for a More Sustainable World

The speakers and audience, First Conference: Acting Locally for a More Sustainable World, January 2016.

Contact Person: Jose German, President
Voice Phone Number: 646-225-8414
FAX Number: 973-233-1106
Email Address:

January 14, 2017 1pm – 5pm, Montclair Public Library, 50 South Fullerton Ave., Montclair, NJ 07042

The NEEC is sponsoring a gathering of community leaders, groups and interested citizens from the tri-state area to network on environmental issues. Topics will include local food, sustainable communities, alternative transportation, renewable energy, clean air and water, climate change activism.

Participants will have the opportunity to exhibit and meet to share resources, ideas, and experiences.

Speakers: Justin Allen: “Urban Agriculture, Empowering Individuals, Creating Community and Rejuvenating Land.”; David Korfhage and Richard Larsen: Citizen’s Climate Lobby. Creating the Political Will for a Livable World.”; Captain Hugh Carola, will be speaking about the “Hackensack Riverkeeper, Mission and Work.” Willy Davis: “The Rosa Parks Community Garden, My Personal Tale.”

According to Jose German, President of NEEC “All are welcome at this exciting opportunity to celebrate local efforts to improve the quality of life of our communities. The goal is to share ideas and inspiration to collaborate more effectively on the great project of our time – healing the earth so all life can thrive.”

He also added “No matter which environmental or sustainability door we first come through, we find we share values and vision about environmental protection, clean water and air, renewable energy, and safe food. We all want to make our communities more sustainable and eco-friendly.”

ABOUT Northeast Earth Coalition (NEEC):

The NEEC is nonprofit organization that supports the work of environmental activists who give hope every day for a better future. To accomplish this, the NEEC seeks to bring together diverse environmental organizations in the Northeast to share ideas, identify common interests and provide mutual support in building communities that are sustainable in food production, energy, transportation, and preservation of the natural environment.

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