Unitarian Universalist Women's Association Metro New York
cordially invite you to attend our Annual Buffet Lunch & Lecture
Local Health Concerns: Radon in Cooking Gas
Will fracked gas turn your kitchen into a radioactive hazard?
A Talk with Elizabeth Glass Geltman
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1,[masked] Noon ‐ 3:30 PM
@ John Haynes Holmes House
28 East 35th Street (red door)
(between Park & Madison Avenues) Manhattan
$12 ‐ 20 (sliding scale) All welcome!
Elizabeth Glass Geltman is an Associate Professor and the Program
Director of Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences at the CUNY School of Public Health. Prof. Geltman is a graduate of Cornell University and Georgetown University Law Center. She is the author of seventeen books on issues concerning environmental and natural resources policy, including RECYCLING LAND, MODERN ENVIRONMENTAL LAW and A COMPLETE GUIDE TO ENVIRONMENTAL AUDITS. She is a frequent speaker at conferences and seminars and is widely published in scholarly journals. Her primary research examines environmental risk assessment, environmental management systems, brownfields redevelopment and environmental, health and safety issues concerning shale gas extraction.
Follow her on Twitter as she explores issues in shale gas extraction (aka fracking) on public
health and the environment: https://twitter.com/FrackingProf