Activists and residents of Durham are organizing to educate the region about how the environmental, recreational, scenic and commercial benefits of the Great Bay and the Piscataqua waterways are in jeopardy due to the Seacoast Reliability Project by Eversource.
In partnership with the New Hampshire Community Rights Network (NHCRN), they are issuing a call-to-action with a screening of We the People 2.0 – The Second American Revolution. The film features the work of the Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund (www.celdf.org) and their partner communities, telling the story of people across the U.S. who have faced decades of environmental assaults – and what they are doing about it.
These communities, like a growing number of communities in New Hampshire, recognize ecosystems at home and around the globe are collapsing under inherently unsustainable laws and governing structures – what many call a “corporate state.”
Film showing will be followed by a short discussion and Call To Action with Michelle Sanborn of CELDF.
Thursday, May 4th, 6:00 – 9:00 p.m.
Durham Public Library
49 Madbury Rd
Durham, NH 03824