Monday, August 6, 2007

‘Beat the Heat’ 8/21 - On the Waterfront - Museum of Science - Boston

Earthwatch Institute is organizing an event for young professionals called ‘Beat the Heat’ on August 21. It’s going to be a great evening at the Museum of Science overlooking the Charles River with cocktails, appetizers, fire dancers, and live music.

They invited me to join the organizing committee, and we're expecting over 300 young professionals to be in attendance. There is a link below where you can purchase tickets online or by calling the Earthwatch office in the US. Here’s the invitation if you can make it:

An Invitation for Boston’s Young Professionals: Cool down and be a part of the solution!

Enjoy icy cocktails, hot hors d'oeuvres, and a cool silent auction overlooking the Charles River. Proceeds will benefit Earthwatch Institute's global climate research program.

Earthwatch Institute is the world's largest environmental volunteer organization. Understanding that global warming is the most urgent environmental issue we face, Earthwatch supports critical field research on climate adaptation and mitigation in 19 locations around the world.

From measuring the impact temperature increase has on the fragile rainforests of North Queensland, Australia, to monitoring the Arctic's vast stores of greenhouse gases in Manitoba, Canada, Earthwatch volunteers collect data 365 days a year that contribute to global understanding and action.

August 21, 2007
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
On the Waterfront of the
Washburn Pavilion
Museum of Science
Boston, MA

Tickets $75 in advance, $90 at the door. Business Attire.

Purchase tickets online here, RSVP Events Manager at (978) 450-1212, or email