“Climate Change & Connecticut” Governor's Candidate Forum

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CT Climate groups are organizing a forum for gubernatorial candidates in CT focusing on issues around climate change and environmental justice.
Please plan to join us at Trinity College (300 Summit St, Hartford) Washington Room in Mather Hall on July 16th at 6:00 PM
Jon Dankosky,host of NEXT & the Wheelhouse on WNPR ,will be moderating a forum on climate issues with candidates for governor of CT.
Candidates who committed to attend:
Ned Lamont
Joe Ganim
Oz Griebel
Rod Hanscomb

Join 350 CT, John Dankowski(moderator) and several other organizations at a Climate Change and CT Candidates Forum on July 16th at Trinity College in Hartford.

Please RSVP Here : https://www.meetup.com/350CT-org/events/250709066/
or on Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/events/966062240223264/

If you want to take advantage of the new Hartford Line train(http://www.hartfordline.com/trip-planner/) you can get from the station on Asylum St to the campus on the 61 CT Transit Bus.
Or you can rent a LimeBike (http://www.courant.com/community/hartford/hc-news-bike-limebike-20180606-story.html) and ride the short 2 miles to forum.

People driving to the Forum on Monday, July 16, may park in any of the Trinity parking lots on campus, even if they are designated for students. They may also park on Summit Street or New Britain Avenue. Only the handicapped spaces are off limits in the evenings. In the link to this map, parking areas are marked with a “P”.

The Mather Campus Center is on Summit Street, and the Washington Room is located on the second floor.

There is a circular driveway next to Mather, if you need to drop anyone off at the entrance and then park.


* The organizations include 350 CT; Actual Food LLC; Beyond Extreme Energy; the Connecticut League of Conservation Voters; Consumers for Sensible Energy; CT Puerto Rican Agenda; Food & Water Action; Eastern Connecticut Green Action; Energy Efficiencies Solutions; the Greater Hartford Environmental Coalition; the Interreligious Eco-Justice Network; the Connecticut Chapter of the Sierra Club; the Trinity College Program on Public Values; and What Now New Haven.