Tuesday, June 4
Are you feeling overwhelmed with what to do about plastic pollution? Confused about what and how to recycle? Want to do something practical to help stop changes to the climate? This practical and informative program with two of Connecticut’s most knowledgeable experts will provide you with science-based FACTS – and lots of ways that YOU can make minor changes in your daily routines that will have a MAJOR impact to the quality of your life – and the health of the planet!
Join Sherill Baldwin, an Environmental Analyst in Sustainable Materials Management, Planning & Implementation at the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection, and Patricia Taylor, Deputy Outreach Director at Environment and Human Health, Inc., a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization based in North Haven, CT, dedicated to protecting human health from environmental harms through research, education and the promotion of sound public policy. This lively, positive, and practical presentation guarantees that you will leave feeling informed and equipped to make a difference!
Co-sponsored by the library and Bloomfield’s Conservation, Energy and Environment Committee. Contact Charlie Horn at 860-242-4205 for more details.