Co-sponsored by Norwalk Land Trust, Norwalk Tree Alliance, and Rowayton Gardeners
Don’t miss the insightful documentary that inspired the movie Dark Waters. The Devil We Know is the true story of a corporate defense attorney who took on an environmental lawsuit against one of the largest and most powerful chemical companies in the country, exposing a lengthy history of life-threatening pollution. The film unravels one of the biggest and most devastating environmental scandals in our history when West Virginia residents proved that this corporation had knowingly been dumping a toxic chemical - now found in 99.7% of Americans - into the area drinking water supply.
Prior to our viewing the film, Lucy Dathan, the Connecticut State Representative for the 142 District, will provide us with a legislative update about environmental laws that are being discussed in the General Assembly sessions in Hartford that began earlier this month.
There is no fee to attend, but we ask you to register here.
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