Arpin Group Presented with Eco-Educator Award at Paris to Pittsburgh to New England Event
Arpin Group recently participated in the “Paris to Pittsburgh to New England” community action event at the New England Institute of Technology. The two-part event featured a panel discussion on climate change and a screening of “Paris to Pittsburg,” a new film produced by Bloomberg Philanthropies and RadicalMedia about the climate crisis.
“Climate change is the defining issue of our time, and we are at a defining moment,” said Peter Arpin, executive vice president of Arpin Group and president and co-founder of Renewable Now Network. “Don’t let anyone fool you; there is no aspect of our society, our community and our environment that won’t be affected. From business to health to national security, climate change is a threat that needs to be addressed.”
The event was moderated by Dr. Karen Weber, and event panelists included U.S. Representative James R. Langevin; City of Newport Mayor Jamie Bova; Greg Watson of the Shumacher Center; Naval War College Commander Andrea Cameron; Juan Lopez of the City of Boston; Debra Brown, Esq., from EPA Region 1; Troy Moon from the City of Portland, Maine; Lynn Stoddard of Sustainable CT; Ray Dube of Coca-Cola Bottling; and Lissa Bittermann of ecomaine.
Eco-Educator Awards were given to all panelists and presenting sponsors Arpin Group and Cardi’s Furniture. The Eco-Educator Award recognizes individuals and organizations who advocate, promote or administer environmental education and awareness to the community.