Elisa Young, Speaker on Health and Environmental Affects of Coal-Fired Power Plants
How Coal-Fired Plants Effect Our Lives!
Hear from Elisa Young, founder of Meigs Citizen Action Now in Meigs County, Ohio regarding the truth behind coal plants and mountain top removal.
Sunday, Nov. 9th
At the Unity Church of Bay City
3736 State Street Rd, Bay City, MI
Monday, Nov. 10th
At the Midland Unitarian Universalist Church
6220 Jefferson Ave, Midland, MI 48640
Join us for a local stop by Elisa Young, a grassroots activist from SE Ohio fighting to protect her community’s health and environment. Elisa Young is a 7th generation Appalachian from Meigs County Ohio, and founder of Meigs Citizens Action Now! She will share about ongoing campaigns and struggles to keep their community from becoming the center of the largest concentration of coal-fired power plants in the United States - 9 coal plants in an approximate 10-mile radius from her family's farm with several more being proposed. Meigs Citizens Action Now! stands firmly against the proliferation of polluting coal industries that would create an environmental sacrifice zone of the foothills of Appalachia, and supports the development of clean, renewable energy jobs. We’ll discuss how current coal plants, as well as those purposed in Michigan contribute to the problem and how we can come together to put an end to the practice.
Visit www.meigscan.org or www.sierraclub.org/coal to find out your connection to coal plants.
Proudly Hosted By:
Citizens Exploring Clean Energy
Lone Tree Council
The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Midland Social Justice Committee
Saginaw Valley Sustainability Society
The Sierra Club
For More Information:
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Associate Regional Representative
Sierra Club National Coal Campaign
1723 West Fourteen Mile Rd.
Royal Oak, MI 48073
Office: (248) 549-6213
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