University at Buffalo Downtown

Oct. 17 2019, 6-7:30

The University is hosting an exciting conversation around the Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act on October 17th with leaders from across the State. Being the fourth most populous state and third largest economy in the United States, New York’s groundbreaking and ambitious new climate law— the recently enacted Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act—has an opportunity to make a big step forward in our collective work to reduce our carbon emissions.

                The forum— Creating a Pathway to Climate Neutrality in NY:  The Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act— is a solutions focused discussion where the audience will hear from policymakers, businesses, social justice advocates, environmentalists, academics, thought leaders and others as they take a deeper dive into the new legislation and what it means to achieving climate neutrality.

The event is on October 17th from 6-7:30pm at the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences in downtown Buffalo. Refreshments and a cash bar will be available at 5:30pm.

Registration is mandatory. Please RSVP here: 

More information can be found here



Tuesday October 22, 2019 (4th Tuesday of Each Month)

7:00-9:00 PM

Daemen College, 4380 Main Street Amherst

Dunns Scotus Hall Room 101 (at the back on the right, first floor of the library )

(Occasionally our room changes at the last minute. The front desk at  the library can help.)

Packed with discussion of current environmental issues.

All meetings are open to the public.

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Indigenous Peoples Weekend

Nov. 2nd & 3rd 

(Save the dates and watch for details to follow)

at the Waterways Exhibit

Buffalo Niagara Heritage Village

3755 Tonawanda Creek Road, Amherst, NY

Chautauqua/Catt League of Women Voters Luncheon Meeting with Wind Works Presentation, by Ellen Banks

Wind Turbines

November 6th

 Clarion Hotel

30 Lake Shore Dr., Dunkirk NY

Meet & Greet at 11:30, Optional Lunch at 12:00, Presentation at 12:30.

If you’re interested in having lunch, it’s $15.

Choose from the following menu:

• Pan fry fish with slaw & potato salad

• Harvest stuffed chicken breast, mashed, vegetable, cranberry sauce

• Martha’s Vineyard salad (vegetarian)

including coffee, tea, and dessert

RSVP by October 30th to:

Nicki Schoenl: (716) 679-1258


Planning Meeting

Sunday October 6, 2019   1-3 pm (This meeting has been canceled date for next meeting yet to be determined)

UNOVA Community Coworking Center
29 Mechanic Street, Springville, NY 14134

Sit Stand Sing Group

Despite NYSDEC’s denial of the Northern Access Pipeline Project, National Fuel continues attempts to move ahead. As they PERSISTNoNAPL Coalition will RESIST from the fracking fields in PA and northward through Western NY. We teamed up with Sane Energy and as part of their statewide Sit-Stand-Sing, the many roles of non-violent direct action tour. We had an amazing day of training and community building, now let’s come together to plan next actions!


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