Mass Climate Action, Carbon Pricing Forum, June 16, 7-9 pm - Winchester, Massachusetts

  • 16 Jun 2016
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Mass Climate Action, Carbon Pricing Forum
June 16, 2016 at 7pm - 9pm

Winchester Unitarian Society
478 Main St
Winchester, MA

Do you want to know more about Carbon Pricing? JoinMass Climate Action for an evening of discussion and education on Carbon Pricing and state policy.

Putting a price on carbon at the state level is a key tool for the Commonwealth to meet these emission reduction goals.Come find out how it has been good for economies and job growth as well as cutting pollution in British Columbia and other places.


Sen. Jason Lewis, 5th Middlesex District

Cindy Luppi, Coordinator, The MA Campaign for a Clean Energy Future and New England Director for Clean Water Action

Marc Breslow, Ph.D., Acting Executive Director, Climate XChange

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