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Vermont Climate Action Commission Listening Tour - Brattleboro


Date & Time: 
Oct 5 2017 - 6:00pm - 8:00pm

In June Governor Scott formed the Climate Action Commission to draft and recommend (by July 2018) an action plan aimed at reaching the State's renewable energy and greenhouse gas reduction goals while driving economic growth, setting Vermonters on a path to affordability, and ensuring effective energy transition options exist for all Vermonters.

This Thursday's event is the final of four events held across the state. It's a rare chance to share your ideas for the kind of climate action Vermont needs. The Energy Independent Vermont coalition which includes 350 VT, VPIRG, VNRC, Sierra Club and others have been pushing for people to show up and speak out for bold progressive solutions such as carbon pollution pricing. There will be a prep session in Room 2-D at 5pm for folks to gather and prepare their comments and receive advice on how to make the best use of their two minutes.

Questions? Email brattleboro@350vt.org

See you there!

Location

Marlboro Grad Center
Vernon St Room 2 - E
Brattleboro, VT
United States
42° 50' 32.9208" N, 72° 33' 2.538" W
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