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What: New MA climate policy - evening session

When: Wednesday, Jan 20 2021, 7:30pm

Where: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/rt/8316146713252704527

While welcoming 2021, the Massachusetts executive and legislative branches made steps toward sweeping policy changes. At the end of December, the Baker administration published its “Clean Energy and Climate Plan for 2030”, which laid out a long list of policies aimed at meeting the requirements of the 2008 Massachusetts Global Warming Solutions Act (GWSA). Not to be outdone, the legislature passed a long awaited bill, "An Act Creating a Next-Generation Roadmap for Massachusetts Climate Policy," (the Climate Roadmap bill) on January 4th.  This is big news, but we're not done yet. We all can make the governor’s plan better by speaking out during the public comment period, before the administration begins writing subsequent regulations. Join our policy team working on electric transport, emissions reductions, and renewable energy growth to find out more about both the Roadmap bill and the CECP, and to learn how YOU can make the CECP stronger. This webinar is also offered Jan 13th at noon.

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