Archive for December 5th, 2017

  • Thurs. Dec. 7th – “The Wisdom to Survive”

    Thursday  Dec 7,  7 p.m.    "The Wisdom to Survive"                                                                             West Chester University Environmental Sustainability Film Series  #4: Business and Public Management Center 101, 50 Sharpless St., West Chester University. Parking across Sharpless St. in the parking garage. "THE WISDOM TO SURVIVE” accepts the consensus of scientists that climate change has already arrived, and asks, what is keeping us from action? The film explores how unlimited growth and greed are destroying the life support system of the planet, the social fabric of the society, and the lives of billions of people. Doors open at

  • Sat. Dec. 9 – Local Solutions to Mitigate Extreme Weather

    Local Solutions to Mitigate Extreme Weather Saturday, December 9, 2017   -    9AM – 4PM                                                                                                        West Chester University,  Sykes Student Union – 110 W. Rosedale Ave. Please join us on Saturday December 9th at West Chester University for Local Solutions to Mitigate Extreme Weather being organized by the Eco-Justice Collaborative, PA Interfaith Power and Light, Resilient Chester County (Department of Emergency Services), and the Sierra Club among others. We know Southeastern PA is flood prone as it is, and we know that we can expect more extreme weather in the future. For this reason we are hosting this community dialogue to help

  • Wed. Dec.13th – Managing the Electric Grid

    Please join 4CP on Wednesday, December 13, 2017 for the 4CP speaker series: “MANAGING THE ELECTRIC GRID – Operations Demystified and the Integration of Renewables”  Presented by Joe Mulhern, PJM Senior Engineer                                        *NEW LOCATION:  Rm 115  Sykes Student Union – WCU -110 W. Rosedale Ave., West Chester PA.   Parking is available in Lots M, M1, M2 and the Matlack Parking Garage.  See campus map:   PJM, Interconnection, a not-for-profit regional grid operator based in Valley Forge, PA, operates the high voltage transmission wires that power the 13 state Mid-Atlantic region. On Dec. 13th, Joseph Mulhern, Senior Engineer at PJM,