Free Seminar with Delaware Riverkeeper Network Deputy Director Tracy Carluccio at the Radnor Public Library on Monday, June 18, 7pm
via The Radnor Democrats:
The Radnor Democrats Environment & Energy subcommittee is pleased to announce the third event in our 2012 natural gas seminar series. We are honored to host Tracy Carluccio, Deputy Director of the Delaware Riverkeeper Network (DRN), as our guest speaker on Monday, June 18th (7:00pm) in the Winsor Room of the Radnor Memorial Library. Tracy will share details related to a feature article which she had published in “Outdoor America” magazine, “Will We Sacrifice Clean Water for Gas?”
The session will provide a comprehensive overview of issues pertaining to natural gas fracking and its impact on our waters. Opportunities for Q&A will follow.
Tracy's work is focused on the impacts of shale gas development on the Delaware River Watershed. She has filed comments and participated in stakeholder meetings, information sessions and technical seminars in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York. She is active with the oil and gas workgroups regarding the FRAC and BREATHE Acts, green energy initiatives, as well as policy and technical issues related to natural gas development. She serves on the New Jersey Highlands Water Protection and Planning Council, directed a regional water resource authority, and served on numerous boards and community organizations, including the Association of New Jersey Environmental Commissioners’ Regional Board. Her educational background includes a B.A. in Sociology from the University of North Carolina and courses at Rutgers Univ. and Villanova University in Environmental Science and Stormwater Management.
The Delaware Riverkeeper Network (http://www.delawareriverkeeper.org/) is a nonprofit membership organization dedicated to the protection and restoration of the Delaware River Watershed. DRN is the only advocacy organization working throughout the Delaware River Watershed and has 10,000 members in all four Basin States-PA, NY, NJ and DE. The event is free and open to all ages and all political affiliations. Please note that the Radnor Memorial Library kindly requests that the South Wayne municipal parking lot (across from the Radnor Middle School) be utilized.