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June Green Hour - Tuesday, June 21st, 6pm at The Legend Classic Irvington Cafe - 5614 E Washington Street, Indianapolis, 46219

This year at the Green Hour we've featured Mayor Greg Ballard, People for Urban Progress, Melina Kennedy, Disposal Alternatives Organization and more. 

At the June Green Hour we'll hear award-winning science journalist Dan Ferber talk about the effect of climate change on our health and the economy. Mr. Ferber co-authored the new book Changing Planet, Changing Health.

This special event, sponsored by Book Mamas in Irvington will give you the opportunity to meet the author, buy the book, have it signed and support the Irvington Green Initiative. 

Come see why the Green Hour has the most popular sustainability forum in Indianapolis. Join us and bring all your friends.

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