This event is currently being rescheduled for December 2015. Please watch for it's new date and time.
Join us for a panel discussion to learn about and discuss the many oil and gas pipelines proposed to be built in New Jersey, and their potential impacts on communities, watersheds, and conservation lands. Speakers will share information about the federal, state, and local oversight process, the scope of proposed infrastructure development, and the community response. We will also hear an update on the State of New Jersey’s pending natural resources damages settlement with Exxon Corporation.
We encourage everyone with an interest in this subject to attend and participate in a robust discussion, no matter your organization’s particular view on this subject.
Our speakers on the subject include:
- Bradley Campbell, Bradley M. Campbell LLC & former NJDEP Commissioner
- Alison Mitchell, Director of Policy, New Jersey Conservation Foundation, Far Hills, NJ
- Amy Goldsmith, NJ Director, Clean Water Fund, Long Branch, NJ
- Maya van Rossum, the Delaware Riverkeeper, Delaware Riverkeeper Network, Bristol, PA
The panel discussion will begin at 10:30 am and conclude at 12:00 pm. A funder-only lunchtime roundtable conversation will start at noon and conclude at 1:00 pm.
Cost: Free for CNJG Members/$35 for Non Member Grantmakers
CNJG sincerely thanks the Fund for New Jersey for underwriting the costs of the lunch.