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Future of Sustainability Boat Cruise

A fund-raiser for Carnegie New Leaders

With Derek Berlin, Cindy Chang, Hans Decker, Steve Dorst, Adam Gromis, Scott Kaufman, Trish Kenlon, Alice Korngold, Daniella Leifer, Stephanie Mandell, Nate McMurry, Kayvan Parvin, Irene Pipola, Celine Ruben-Salama, Steven Salsberg

Wednesday, September 30, 2009 07:00 PM to 09:00 PM

 

Description:

STOP THE PRESSES—THE LOCATION HAS CHANGED—THE CNL FUNDRAISER ON SEPTEMBER 30TH IS NOW ON THE HUDSON RIVER!

Welcome aboard on September 30th to the Future of Sustainability Boat Cruise: A Fundraiser for Carnegie New Leaders!

Join us on The Star of Palm Beach on the Hudson River, a green boat that uses biodiesel fuel, for a film preview of Shattered Sky and a debate on New York City green business and policy.

Sponsored by Steven and Orly Salsberg. The Salsberg Group owns and operates the two largest passenger ships in New York City, The Star of Palm Beach and The Queen of Hearts, both of which recently converted to biodiesel fuel.

Itinerary

6:15 PM -
BOARDING The Star of Palm Beach
at Pier #40 (West Houston Street and West Side Highway)
6:45 PM -
Film preview of Shattered Sky followed by question & answer session with filmmaker Steve Dorst
7:00 PM -
Boat departs
7:20 PM
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Judged debate—for details click here
8:20 PM
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Complimentary champagne toast at the Statue of Liberty
8:30 PM -
Dancing, mingling, and skyline views
9:30 PM -
Boat returns to Pier #40

Guests may purchase a buffet plate for $10 each, and a cash bar will be onboard for guests to purchase drinks. Drink service will also be available during the film preview and debate.

This is a Carnegie New Leaders event and is free for Carnegie New Leaders. General Admission is $20 in advance and $25 at the pier.


If you would like to bring a guest to this event, please provide the guest's name, title, affiliation, email address, and payment upon registration.

To register and pay in advance, please respond to Stefanie Ambrosio at gpievents@cceia.org or by calling 212-838-4120. Space is limited.


Location:
Guests will board The Star of Palm Beach at Pier 40 (West Houston Street and West Side Highway).

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