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Upcoming Events

Sustainability Events in the Region

October 10, 2014, 2PM

Climate Change and the Future of Food

114 Wende Hall, University at Buffalo’s School of Nursing

Dr. David W. Wolfe is Professor of Plant and Soil Ecology in the Department of Horticulture at Cornell University, and a leading authority on climate change impacts on natural ecosystems and food security. He has co-authored several influential reports for policy-makers, such as the 2014 National Climate Assessment sponsored by the U.S. Global Change Research Program. He currently leads a $5 M USDA project focused on new tools for greenhouse gas management in agroecosystems, and contributes to several soil conservation and climate change adaptation projects in the Ethiopia, Malawi, and Tanzania.

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Sustainability Events in the Region

October 22, 2014, 6-8PM

Niagara Street Bus Priority and Corridor Design

Riverside Institute of Technology, 51 Ontario Street, Buffalo, NY

The Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority will host a public meeting to present draft recommendations for bus shelters and stops on Niagara St. from Elmwood Ave. to Ontario St., and design elements of a new transit center to be located at Niagara and Ontario Streets.

NFTA staff and the consultant team from Bergmann Associates and Highland Planning will be on hand seeking input from the public. Questions? Call 716-855-7300


Ways You Can Get Involved in One Region Forward Right Now

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Express your vision for making Buffalo Niagara more sustainable through photos and captions.

Take photos or videos of places you want to change or places you want to keep for future generations, describe how you feel about these places, and help shape the One Region Forward movement.

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