News From Beth’s Employer

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Blue State’s new Thursday lecture series starts tomorrow (competing with transit advocates’ celebration of the new funding RIPTA is going to get), returns next week, competing with Green Drinks, and will continue to conflict with other environmentally-concerned happenings all summer long. Seriously, environmentalists, we’ve talked about this before: Pull it together already and stop holding all of your events on Thursday evenings!

(Beth — what’s “Latte” supposed to be a hokey homophone for? “Lotta?”) The speakers are all wonderful, and you get free coffee:

We are proud to announce the “A Latte Green Lecture Series” at 300 Thayer Street in Providence. Starting Thursday 7.8.09, this exciting series has some of the best environmental minds in the state talking about the work they are doing in their respective fields. Lectures will start at 7:30PM with a discussion to follow. We are running a buy one- get one free brewed drink special for these lectures so bring a friend!

Thanks,

-Alex Payson

A LATTE GREEN Lecture Schedule
Join Us Thursdays 7:30 to 8:30pm. At 300 Thayer Street, Providence, RI

July 9th SAVE THE BAY

· Jonathan Stone- Executive Director will be speaking on the future of the Bay, environmental challenges, and Save the Bay’s evolving mission.

July 16th NEWPORT BIODIESEL

· Christopher Benzak will be talking about biodiesel in RI! Bring your questions for this interactive discussion on Biodiesel

July 23rd CTG ENERGETICS

· Steve Tuner will be talking about innovative design concepts in commercial architecture.

July 30th PEOPLE’S POWER AND LIGHT

· Karina Lutz will be speaking about alternative energy and its many uses.

August 6th FARM FRESH RI

· Noah Fulmer, Executive Director “A Look at the Eat Local Movement: The First Five Years of Farm Fresh.” Noah will explain how research into local potatoes turned into a statewide effort to put fresh, local food on dinner tables throughout RI, and what this means for our environment, health and the future of our city, country and world.

Image from Sweet Maria’s home coffee roasting supplier.

1 thought on “News From Beth’s Employer”

  1. I don’t know how the title of the series came about, but it sounds like a great series.

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