LWVMA is hosting two events this month related to climate and energy. Join us to learn more about regional and statewide climate policy and how we as advocates can make a difference:
May 20th, 4 PM—The Transportation and Climate Initiative: Improving The Regional Economy and Health For All
Rhode Island and Connecticut are at a critical point in advancing the Transportation and Climate Initiative. Join The League of Women Voters of Connecticut, Rhode Island and Massachusetts to learn how we can all help reduce pollution and invest in modern, clean, regional transportation solutions. Register for this webinar co-hosted by the Transportation Team of the LWVUS Climate Interest Group, The Acadia Center, Green Energy Consumers Alliance, Ceres, and Transportation for Massachusetts here.
May 24th, 4 PM—The Race to Zero Emissions: MA Next Generation Climate Law and Clean Energy & Climate Plan
The League of Women Voters of Massachusetts Environmental Action and Advocacy Committee is hosting a discussion about the new Massachusetts climate legislation with John Rogers from the Union of Concerned Scientists, and Matt Rusteika from the Acadia Center. The discussion will center on the goals of the new climate law, strategies to achieve those goals, the critical role of the regional electrical grid, and our role as advocates. Register to attend this meeting here.