Earth Day 2015 - Climate Reality Project presentation

by BoroGreen Team published Apr 07, 2015 12:50 PM, last modified Apr 10, 2015 04:52 PM
Spring Into Action! Public Climate Reality presentation in Hillsborough by one of our founding members, Nadine Kadell Sapirman, to celebrate Earth Day 2015
When Apr 22, 2015
from 06:15 PM to 09:00 PM
Where Duke Farms, 1112 Dukes Parkway West, Hillsborough, NJ
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Join us for a Climate Reality presentation by one of our founding members, Nadine Kadell Sapirman, on Earth Day, Wednesday, April 22nd at Duke Farms from 7-9 PM. (Registration begins at 6:15 PM.) To RSVP, go to bit.ly/BoroGreenEvent or send an email to.


This program will give you the opportunity to hear Nadine's inspiring message and to make personal connections with local non-profits and Green Teams, who work in concert with Sustainable Jersey.

Attendees will learn about the problem of climate change, what actions are being taken to address the crisis, and what you can do to make a difference. Nadine has made similar presentations to various religious groups, community groups, and at Raritan Valley Community Collage and Rutgers University. Nadine and her family have taken steps to lessen their carbon footprint such as powering their home with solar energy, insulating and air sealing their home, and driving an electric vehicle and those with high fuel efficiency.

 

Spring Into Action is open to all ages so that the whole family can celebrate Earth Day together. If you have any questions, please email .

 

 

About Nadine

Nadine Kadell Sapirman is a founding member of BoroGreen, a central New Jersey grass-roots group of citizens and businesses interested taking action to make their lives more sustainable. She and her family have taken steps to lessen their carbon footprint such as powering their home with solar energy, insulating and air sealing their home, and driving vehicles with high fuel efficiency.

Nadine is active in her community and is a leader in the Unitarian Universalist congregation to which she belongs. Nadine earned a Master's Degree in Public Administration from Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, and worked at Rutgers for many years as a continuing education coordinator for public officials.

BoroGreen is a recognized 501(c)3 non-profit organization and consists of a loosely knit community of residents, businesses, congregations and like-minded groups, all contributing to a more sustainable community in and around Hillsborough, NJ.