Pennsylvania is the nation’s third largest producer of heat-trapping gases, creating more global warming pollution than 101 countries combined. After long inaction, our state government is poised to take action. And you can help decide which actions we should take.
The state’s Climate Change Advisory Committee is developing a plan to reduce Pennsylvania’s heat-trapping gas pollution. The committee is compiling a list of actions to take to reduce global warming; the final list will be included in the state action plan.
While formal public hearings won’t happen until spring, PennFuture’s President and CEO, Jan Jarrett, is a member of the committee and wants to take your ideas to the committee. This is a great opportunity to help decide the future of Pennsylvania, and to protect the Commonwealth’s and the world’s environment and economy.
Click here to go to a simple form where you can suggest how Pennsylvania can be a leader in fighting global warming here at home. Your comments will be shared with the members of the Climate Change Advisory Committee to help them craft the most effective action plan.
Please also forward this email on to friends, co-workers, family and neighbors who might also have great ideas to share.
Act today. The CCAC will be making its first round of recommendations in early February.
You can find out more about the work of the Climate Change Advisory Committee by going to the CCAC web page at: http://www.depweb.state.pa.us/energy/cwp/view.asp?a=1532&q=539829
Thanks for your time.
Director of Outreach