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June 11, Aug 30 Happy Hours, Films, Canoe, Run, Conference, Course

From: Philo C.
Sent on: Monday, June 10, 2013 9:45 PM

  Science Club      Tuesday, June 11, 5pm-?
[masked]th Street Northwest, Washington, DC , 

    Metro DuPont Circle, South Entrance, Red Line, or Farragut Square, 18th Street Entrance, Orange and Blue Lines

      June 12, all day, @9:30-4:30 Cannon House Office Building,  Metro, Capitol South, Blue and Orange Lines

      16th Annual Congressional Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency EXPO + Forum to Showcase Sustainable Industries Aiding Economic & National Security

      When: Wednesday, June 12, 2013
      9:30 am - 4:30 pm -- exhibits open for viewing (Caucus Room #345)
      9:40 am - 4:00 pm -- Administration, exhibitor speakers (Veterans Affairs Committee Room #340)
      11:00 am - 12:00 pm -- presentations by Members of Congress (Caucus Room #345)
      Where: Cannon House Office Building, U.S. House of Representatives, Independence Ave. & New Jersey Ave. SE; Washington DC
      The event is free and open to the public (no need to RSVP).  A live Webcast will be streamed from 9:30 AM to 4:30 PM EST, on Wednesday, June 12 at:  Tweet about it!  #dcenergyexpo. Visit:;

      Saturday, June 15 1pm -9:30pm  Reel Water Film Festival,  
      Bethesda Blues & Jazz Supper Club   $10 to $55, movies, dinner options
      7719 Wisconsin Avenue, Bethesda, Maryland
      Bethesda MD, Metro Bethesda, Red Line, 1.5 block
      Our Mission
      The Reel Water Film Festival is a partnership between Journey's Crossing Church, Bethesda Green, and Mark Leisher Productions.  We are a non-profit event which takes a two-fold approach to combating water issues both at home and abroad.  First, we host a film festival to showcase films submitted from all around the world, invite organizations to set up exhibits for the festival-goers to learn more about how they can get involved, and hear from film directors and experts about various issues surrounding water.  Second, we donate at least 50% of our proceeds to water projects in developing countries and right here at home.  The rest of the money stays within the festival to continue on for years to come. 

      Saturday, June 22 Pohick Bay Regional Park, Fairfax County, VA canoeing
      For canoe trip questions please contact David Garcia at [address removed] or (703) 268-6064. 
      For general for Earth2100 Conference and OurTask/Meetup questions contact Monica Moore at [address removed] 

      lead up to Earth 2100 Conference at GMU Fairfax Saturday and Sunday July 27-28, 2013, about $50, some volunteers will also be needed

      Sunday, June 23, 2013,  Run for the Rainforest,  MaryMount University Campus at Ballston, Arlington, VA, 
      Fairfax Drive and North Glebe Road, Metro, Ballston, Orange Line, then walk west on Fairfax Drive a couple of blocks to North Glebe.
      register for the race at
      Organized by Susan Hammann
      Hi! I work for the Amazon Conservation Team, a small environmental non-profit located in Arlington, and while we are making huge strides in conserving one of our most precious natural resources, we need your help to continue and spread awareness. Please join us on June 23rd in the race to protect the Amazon rainforest and support traditional communities. ACT established the Run for the Rainforest to encourage our community to act locally and think globally to help stop climate change and environmental destruction. We are partnering with Sweetgreen and Peace Frogs, among other local establishments, in this effort. In fact, Peace Frogs is designing our tech-tshirts for the race--they will be very cool! The link to the race website is located at See you on June 23. 8:00am!

      Introduction to Environmental Law and Policy

      Don Hornstein, Professor, UNC, Chapel Hill, NC

      Interested in learning about how the law analyzes issues and resolves disputes involving pollution, natural resources, endangered species, environmental justice, and sustainable development? Professor Hornstein will guide you through these issues, and more, in this course.
      Workload: 4-6 hours/week 
      August 30 for 6 weeks 
      Social entrepreneurship company partnering with 33 top universities in the world to offer courses online for anyone to take, for free.

      Environmental Policy Professionals Meetup is doing this as a group

      see   for Congressional hearings,  high level conference with $$, and other events

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