I’m hoping to take this event to another level because I want to highlight how important this it is.
Not only will our mayor speak about local environmental issues, I believe this issue (the critical shortage and need for investigative environmental journalism) to be one of the most important issues of our day and it needs to be understood by the public.
We cannot possibly ‘fix’ our environment, if we don’t have full-time paid environmental journalists reporting on the state of our environment. Think of attending this conference and getting a sense of how necessary environmental reporting is to the public on monitoring the state of our environment.
A free press must not only present an open forum of ideas and news to protect our Freedoms, we must also have a free and open press to get a clear and thorough picture of the state of our environment. Please consider attending the event below:
UN Journalist Conference on Environmental sustainability 4 October 2010 ~ 8:30 am to 12:30 pm | Strong Museum of Play~1 Manhattan Sq. 14607 United Nations Association of Rochester will sponsor a UN Journalist Conference on Environmental sustainability on October 4, 2010. The Key Convener is Mayor Robert Duffy and the Keynote Speaker is Dr. Nabil Nasr, director of Golisano Institute for Sustainability at RIT. Attend a global conference-an opportunity to meet experts and listen to reporters discuss our shared environment. Fee: $15 Adults, $10 Students w/ID ~ includes lunch To Register: UNAR ~ 585-473-7286 ~ firstname.lastname@example.org Flyer #1 and Flyer #2