[act-ma] 2/20 Wed, Green jobs pioneer Bracken Hendricks

Amy Hendrickson amyh at texnology.com
Fri Feb 15 19:20:54 PST 2008

Please join Green Jobs pioneer
Bracken Hendricks
For a book reading and discussion of

Apollo's Fire: Igniting America's Clean Energy Economy

Wednesday, February 20th, 6:30 pm

Green jobs pioneer and Apollo Alliance leader Bracken Hendricks will be in Boston for a reading & signing of the book he co-authored with U.S. Representative Jay Inslee, "Apollo's Fire: Igniting America's Clean Energy Economy" (Island Press). In the book, they argue that the kind of leadership that put men on the moon in 1969 is the kind of leadership we need today to free ourselves from our fossil fuel dependency. Following the reading will be a question and answer session and a book signing. Co-sponsoring environmental organizations will also briefly discuss the missions of their organizations and current projects.


"For those of you who want to move beyond the doom & gloom of the global warming dialogue, Apollo's Fire fits the bill.".Robert Redford, actor/director


See a video of The Apollo Alliance at http://www.apollosfire.net/


Where: Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Building 35 (Sloan Laboratory), Room 225, 127 Massachusetts Avenue (at Vassar St.), Cambridge, MA 02139, http://whereis.mit.edu/map-jpg?selection=35&Buildings=go. Accessible via the #1 , CT1, and CT2 bus lines and within 20-30 minutes walk of Central Square, Kendall and Lechmere stations.

Who: Open to the public.
Cost: Free 


This event is cosponsored by The Green Roundtable, Environmental Leadership Program, Ceres, Union of Concerned Scientists, Boston Climate Action Network. For more information, call The Green Roundatble at 617-374-3740 ext. 127


To RSVP, fill out the form at http://www.elpnet.org/apollo.php. 

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