FORUM: The Intersection Between Poverty and The Environment

  • October 26, 2017
  • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  • United Way Convening Center - 2400 Reading Rd, Cincinnati 45202

Organizer: Woman's City Club of Greater Cincinnati

The lower a family’s income, the more likely it is to suffer from the ill effects of environmental degradation, climate change, & natural disasters on their health, safety and livelihood.

The panelists will share stories about economic hardship and environmental problems, and describe initiatives to reduce the impact on poorer neighborhoods. Ample time for audience participation and discussion of what the community can do to help.

The Panel

Moderator – Heather Taylor-Meisle, Executive Director, Ohio Environmental Council

Cathy Bailey, Director of Greater Cincinnati Waterworks

Laura Brunner, CEO, Greater Cincinnati Redevelopment Authority

Nancy Laird, Price Hill community volunteer and active with of the Urban Appalachian Community Coalition

Donna Jones, a Price Hill activist and expert on neighborhood environmental concerns.

Doors open at 5:30 pm for light refreshments & networking.

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