Film Screening: Gasland Hydraulic Fracturing and New York’s Water Supply

Date & Time

START: 6:30 PM May 9, 2011
END: 8:30 PM May 9, 2011

Description

The Museum of the City of New York will be holding a screening of Gasland, a documentary by filmmaker Josh Fox that explores the environmental, social, and political complexities surrounding the controversial drilling practices of “fracking.” High volume hydraulic fracturing (HVHF) or “fracking” , has caused quiet a lot of controversy recently due to the potential impact the process might have on the environmental, drinking water, and New York in general.

Co-sponsored by City Limits and the Cooper Union Institute for Sustainable Design, make sure you don’t miss this highly informative screening of Gasland.

RESERVATIONS REQUIRED

$12 Non-Members
$8 Seniors and Students
$6 Museum Members

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