Follow up to Climate Legislative Panel Discussion - June 10th

June 3rd’s panel discussion of climate legislation, moderated by Rob Garrity from the Massachusetts Climate Action Network, was both informative and lively. An audience of close to 50 heard Peter Shattuck, Carbon Markets Policy Analyst for Environment Northeast, talk about the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative and lessons learned. Michael Dorsey, Assistant Professor, Dartmouth College, promoted a civil society, bottom up approach to forcing changes that would reduce green house gas emissions. Sonia Hamel explained her rationale for supporting the American Power Act, also known as the Kerry-Lieberman bill, despite its serious flaws.

Please join us on Thursday, June 10th from 6:30 to 8:30 pm at the Central Square (Cambridge) library at 45 Pearl Street to help us plan political actions to address the climate emergency.


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