MA Interfaith Coalition for Climate Action - Post COP21 Update, MA Attorney General's Energy Study - Dec 14th, 6:45 pm

  • 14 Dec 2015
Event Description

MAICCA Campaign Update and Energy Briefing
Monday, December 14

6:45 – 7 pm: Welcome and light refreshments
7 to 8:30 pm: Program

Join us as we continue to build our interfaith movement for climate action and get the latest on our campaign for a clean and just energy future in MA. We will have a special presentation on the recently issued Energy Study commissioned by the MA Attorney General's office.

MAICCA leaders Amy Benjamin, Rev. Reebee Girash, Lise Olney, Rev. Fred Small, and Minister Mariama White-Hammond will be participating.

Temple Israel, 477 Longwood Ave., Boston
(near Longwood T station on the Green Line; paid parking next door at 375 Longwood Ave.)

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