A Price On Carbon: Driving the Economic Road Forward, 6/18 6-8 pm

  • 18 Jun 2015
Event Description

A Price On Carbon: Driving the Economic Road Forward
Thursday, June 18, 2015 - 6 to 8 pm

Non Profit Center
89 South Street
Boston, MA

CABA invites members and friends to attend a workshop on carbon pricing in Massachusetts. We have organized a comprehensive and dynamic workshop on the movement to put in place a price on carbon here in the Commonwealth. Climate activists will gather to understand how a carbon tax can be implemented and why it will be good for the local economy. This event will be on the education of carbon pricing and political campaign strategies.

The workshop features a panel discussion featuring CABA executive Director Quinton Zondervan and State Senator Michael Barrett, followed by an interactive pricing simulation game and introduction of new CABA members to the association.


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