Thursday, December 1st The New York League of Conservation Voters’ (NYLCV) Young Professionals program will be hosting a get together at the Hyatt Regency Long Island. This event is a great opportunity to connect with other early to mid-career professionals who strive to improve New York’s environment. Lighter fare and beverages are included. Click here to register.
NYLCV is a non-profit organization that uses political action to provide us with clean air and water, open space, and renewable energy. By endorsing and electing environmentally conscious officials, NYLCV fights for a greener New York state. To learn more about this organization, click here.
Tuesday, October 11 The New York League of Conservation Voters Education Fund is holding a Green Infrastructure Forum at the Buffalo History Museum. This Roux sponsored event will explore benefits and answer important questions about sustainable economic growth and the future of green infrastructures in the Buffalo-Niagara Region. Green infrastructures such as bioswales help to control combined sewer overflows during periods of heavy rain, while also offering the aesthetic appeal of a curbside garden. Green infrastructures have also been associated with a number of social, economic, and ecological benefits.
To learn more this event, view panelists, and register to attend, click here.