SF - News Briefing with The Public Policy Institute of California on the “Californians and the Environment” Poll - Tuesday, July 27th

SF - News Briefing with The Public Policy Institute of California on the “Californians and the Environment” Poll - Tuesday, July 27th

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New America Media invites you to a briefing with The Public Policy Institute of California on the “Californians and the Environment” Poll.

This poll is funded annually by The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation

What: The latest statewide poll on what Californians think about key environmental issues, including pollution, climate change, and renewable energy. The Public Policy Institute of California polled residents in 6 languages, and will present findings specific to Asian, Latino and African American communities.

When: Tuesday, August 3, from 10:45 a.m. to 1 p.m. (lunch included)

Where: World Affairs Council, 312 Sutter St. Second Floor, San Francisco

Who: Mark Baldassare, President and CEO, Public Policy Institute of California

Alfredo Gonzalez
Associate Director - External Affairs, The Nature Conservancy

Ian Kim
Director of the Green-Collar Jobs Campaign, Ella Baker Center for Human Rights

Nile Malloy
Northern California Program Director, Communities for a Better Environment


RSVP: to Dana Levine at 415-503-4170 or by email
dlevine@newamericamedia.org
 

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