On May 22, Governor Cuomo is attending the Democratic Convention on Long Island– and we must be there in full force demanding a ban on fracking. This is a very important event for Cuomo – and for New Yorkers fighting to protect our state from fracking. Cuomo will describe his vision for New York’s future – and we must show him the power of the movement demanding it be frack-free.
Cuomo will ask New Yorkers for their support – and New Yorkers will call on him to ban fracking and stop fracking infrastructure, including the Port Ambrose liquefied natural gas (LNG) facility off the coast of scenic Long Beach.
WHEN: Thursday, May 22, 10:00 am – noon
WHERE: State Democratic Convention, Hilton Long Island/Huntington Hotel, 598 Broad Hollow Road, Melville
TRANSPORTATION: Bus from Manhattan: http://act.foodandwaterwatch.org/site/Calendar?id=112901&view=Detail
Hudson Valley: http://act.foodandwaterwatch.org/site/Calendar?id=112941&view=Detail
Carpools from other points upstate.
CO-SPONSORS: New Yorkers Against Fracking, Food & Water Watch, United for Action, Frack Action, Long Island MoveOn, Environment New York, Catskill Mountainkeeper, Citizen Action of New York, CREDO Action, Catskill Citizens for Safe Energy, Energy Action Coalition, MoveOn NYC, Frack Free Catskills, New Paltz Climate Action Coalition, Surfrider Foundation, Three Parks Independent Democrats, Grassroots Environmental Education, 350NYC, South Shore Audubon Society, WESPAC, Jews Against Hydrofracking, Green Party of Nassau County, Greene Renewable Energy & Environmental Network, Reach Out America, Coalition Against the Rockaway Pipeline, Brooklyn Food Coalition, Rockland Coalition Against Fracking, Sacred Water Project, Western NY Drilling Defense, Brooklyn For Peace, Northwest Bronx for Change
For more information, contact Eric Weltman at Food & Water Watch, email@example.com for transportation and co-sponsorship from NYC/Long Island/Westchester and Renee Vogelsang at Frack Action, firstname.lastname@example.org for transportation and co-sponsorship from upstate. More regional contacts and info coming soon.