Join CBF on Oct. 7 for "Environmental Policy and the Next President"

The economy is taking center stage in the presidential debates. But another critical issue our future president will need to address is the future of our environment. Please join the Chesapeake Bay Foundation in Norfolk, VA for our next Blue Planet Forum, an engaging discussion on "Environmental Policy and the Next President."


Ann Swanson, Executive Director, Chesapeake Bay Commission

Donald Luzzatto, Editorial Writer on the Environment for The Virginian-Pilot

Dr. Timmons Roberts, Author and Interim Director, Program in Environmental Science & Policy, College of William & Mary

Cathy Lewis, Public Broadcasting Host, Hear/Say with Cathy Lewis and What Matters, and Executive Director, CIVIC Leadership Institute

When: Tuesday, October 7, 2008
7:00 PM
Doors open at 6:00 PM. Light refreshments & cash bar.
Where: Nauticus
One Waterside Drive
Norfolk, VA  23510
RSVP: Seating is limited. RSVP
online at
via e-mail to
or by calling CBF at 757/622-1964


The Chesapeake Bay Foundation has partnered with Nauticus and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to present the lecture series Blue Planet Forum: Exploring the Bay and Beyond. The forum's mission is to educate and engage citizens on important environmental issues affecting Hampton Roads and the nation. Please share this invitation with anyone you know who might be interested.

Kim Ethridge

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