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Event: Facing the Plastic Pollution Crisis

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Join the Brooklyn Solid Waste Advisory Board via Zoom on Tuesday, January 19, 2021 from 6:30-7:30 PM, for a talk with Judith Enck of Beyond Plastics to hear about how single-use plastic is harming our environment from production to disposal and what we can do about it. The event is FREE, but requires advance registration. Sign up via Eventbrite.

Judith Enck has a long and distinguished career in government and in the non profit community on a range of environmental protection issues. She was appointed by President Obama to serve as Regional Administrator at the US Environmental Protection Agency and served as Deputy Secretary for the Environment in the New York Governor’s Office. She is the founder and President of Beyond Plastics, a national project with the goal of eliminating plastic pollution everywhere. Enck is a regular panelist on the public affairs show, The Roundtable, on WAMC, a local NPR affiliate. She has been a visiting faculty member at Bennington College since Fall 2018 and became a senior fellow in the Center for the Advancement of Public Action in Spring 2019. Enck currently serves as President of Beyond Plastics.
This is a free event; if you would like to contribute to Beyond Plastics please visit their website.

Topics: Community Environment