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Breathing Free in Tampa: Air pollution, urban design, and environmental equity

February 28, 2012
Tampa, Florida

Location: Crowne Plaza Westshore, 5303 West Kennedy Boulevard, Tampa, Florida 33609

PSR Tampa Bay is beginning a dinner speaker series to be held every other month.  Our first dinner meeting will be held on February 28th and will feature Amy Stuart, PhD, University of South Florida, College of Public Health, Associate Professor.  Dr. Stuart will lead a discussion on air pollution and its impacts on human health and the environment. 

The cost is $30.00 per person and includes dinner, coffee and dessert.  Please RSVP by February 23rd to marybeth@psrtampabay.org.

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