Aug 17: Town Hall Forum on Climate & Energy

A majority of Americans want responsible climate action, but they’re being silenced.  From the decision to leave the Paris Agreement to the rollbacks on the Clean Power Plan, the Trump administration is undoing the progress we’ve made, all without public input.  This Citizens’ Hearing will give the public the voice they deserve.

Respected community leaders on climate, including State Rep. Ed Gainey and Chief Resilience Officer Grant Ervin, will lead a “town hall”-style Citizens’ Hearing, giving the public a chance to testify and share their thoughts on the Federal climate attacks.  We’ll generate media attention and send the transcript to the Trump Administration.

6-8 p.m. at the Pittsburgh Theological Seminary (616 N Highland Ave., parking behind the building).  RSVP if you can here.  This event was organized by the  Allegheny Group of the Sierra Club and PennEnvironment

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