… and they want to talk to YOU about climate change.
Let’s give them an ear full.
Join us and the U.S. EPA in Portland on Thursday, May 17 to show that Maine people support climate change action now!
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rg/site/R?i=rQO43tn_nG88Ew38d_OkPA” target=”_blank”>Maine Leaders Roundtable on Climate Change
featuring EPA Regional Administrator Curt Spalding
When: Thursday, May 17, 10:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Where: Cumberland County Civic Center, Main Lobby Meeting Room
The U.S. EPA wants to hear from you! We all know there are increasing signs of how vulnerable our health, environment, and economy are to climate change, and Maine is especially at risk because of our coastlines and natural resource-based economy. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency recently proposed new standards to limit carbon pollution from new power plants. These standards are critical to addressing climate change, reducing air pollution, and providing a path toward cleaner energy investments.
Your presence will help convince the EPA to sit up and take notice that combating climate change is important to you! Help us fill the room with more than 200 people, to send a clear message. Please bring your friends and neighbors too!
- Find out what the new standards for climate-change pollution would mean for Maine, directly from the head of the New England EPA office.
- Hear perspectives on climate and energy issues from Maine forestry and tourism business leaders, physicians, energy experts, local elected officials, scientists, and a college president.
- Let the EPA know what YOU think and ask your questions too.