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The Goldman Prize at 25: A conversation with Prize winners Kimberly Wasserman and Maria Gunnoe

February 19, 2014

As part of the Goldman Prize’s 25th anniversary celebration, we invite you to join us for “The Goldman Prize at 25,” an event featuring Goldman Prize winners Maria Gunnoe (USA, 2009) and Kimberly Wasserman (USA, 2013) and Goldman Prize President, John Goldman and Vice President, Doug Goldman.

John and Doug Goldman, whose parents Richard and Rhoda Goldman founded the Prize in 1989, will discuss the history of the Prize and the impact it has had on the environmental movement over the last 25 years.

Maria Gunnoe and Kimberly Wasserman will discuss the environmental hazards of coal production, consumption and everything in between.

The event will take place on March 6, 2014 at the Commonwealth Club of California in San Francisco. Tickets are available for purchase on the Commonwealth Club’s website, or by clicking HERE. Check-in for the event starts at 5:30 PM and the program begins at 6:00 PM.

We hope to see you there!

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