[act-ma] Another Energy (and Other) Event

George Mokray gmoke at world.std.com
Mon Jul 30 10:34:26 PDT 2012

Another late entry for Energy (and Other) Events.  I apologize for an  
extra email and would appreciate it if people would send me their  
events by Saturday if they want them included in my Sunday mailing.   
However, this looks like a great event for a worthy project so I beg  
for your indulgence.


Sustainable Liberia Conference

Sunday, August 5th, 2012

3:30 PM

University of Massachusetts at Boston, 100 Morrissey Boulevard,  
Wheatley Building, second floor, Room 200, Dorchester

Greetings Friends of Liberia,

I am writing to invite you to join with us in working towards the  
Sustainable Development of The Republic of Liberia.

Sustainable Development means the improvement of Liberia using methods  
that will not damage the country or its people but can be used by  
Liberians themselves for many years to come.

We want to improve nutrition by using GREEN agricultural methods!
We want to improve health by using GREEN methods to dispose of human  
We want to bring the light of GREEN energy to Liberia by building  
solar devices inside Liberia!

We can make these things happen FASTER with your support.

Come get more information and hear our ideas at the:

         Sustainable Liberia Conference
                         Sunday, August 5th, 2012
                                     3:30 PM
                                                 University of  
Massachusetts at Boston
                                                 100 Morrissey  
Boulevard, Dorchester, MA 02125
Building, second floor, Room 200

Primary Guest Speaker: Dr. Richard Komp, www.skyheat.org  on Building  
Solar in Liberia

Guest Speakers: Nataka Crayton-Walker and Bobby T.E. Walker, The  
Village Farm, ncrayton at gmail.com on Urban Food Production - Growing  
Nutritious Food yourself.

And more…

Please RSVP to Owen Toney at sustainableliberia at hotmail.com ,  
Or Delores Adighibe at lorpu at aol.com

Co-Sponsors include: The Green Neighbors Education Committee, Inc.;  
The Department of Anthropology, University of Massachusetts at Boston;  
The Foundation for a Green Future, Inc. and some Friends of Liberia

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