Cuomo Walk The Talk:  Protect Our Homes, Not Your Donors

Thursday, December 14
Cuomo Walk The Talk: 
Protect Our Homes, Not Your Donors
5:30 – 7pm
Cipriani Wall Street
55 Wall St, New York, New York 10005

This Thursday, Governor Cuomo is holding a fundraiser in Manhattan – and we’ll be outside, urging him to get New York off fossil fuels. We’ll be calling on him to walk the talk on climate change by stopping fossil fuel infrastructure and leading a transition to 100 percent renewable energy.

We will be joined by housing affordability activists who will be calling on Cuomo to support housing policies that prioritize and deliver real affordability for the most economically vulnerable households.

New York faces an onslaught of pipelines, power plants, and other projects that transport and burn fracked oil and gas, including the Williams pipeline, the Pilgrim pipelines, the CPV power plant, the Albany micro-grid and much more. Governor Cuomo must be a true climate leader by halting these dangerous projects, making polluters pay for the damage they’re doing to our health and our climate, and moving New York to 100 percent renewable energy.

Facebook Event for more information. Or to RSVP, please contact Laura Shindell at Food & Water Watch: lshindell@fwwatch.org


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