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Climate Puzzle: Where Does Massachusetts Fit In Now?
Thursday, 12 April 2018,  5:30 pm -  7:30 pm

How can Massachusetts drive climate action and policy in the face of national and international setbacks? What can we learn from climate advocates and State House leadership? Legislators, staff, and advocates will discuss state-level initiatives and how we can move forward together. Question and answer to follow the panel.


5:30-6 pm. Refreshments & Reception honoring Representative Frank Smizik, Chair, House Committee on Global Warming and Climate Change,  

6-7:30 pm. Panel discussion

Featured Speaker: Moderator: Claire Müller, MA Power Forward & Lead Community Organizer, Toxics Action Center. Panel: Senator Mike Barrett, Senate Chair, Committee on Telecommunications, Utilities and Energy (TUE); Amy Laura Cahn, Staff Attorney, Conservation Law Foundation (CLF); Michael Green, Exec. Dir., Climate Action Business Assoc. (CABA); Serafina Zeringo, Staff Dir. House Committee on Environment, Natural Resources and Agriculture (ENRA).
Location: MA State House, House Members’ Lounge, 3rd floor, 24 Beacon St., Boston. Use Ashburton Park Entrance, Bowdoin St.
New Information: The Asburton Park Entrance is a 2-minute walk from the main Beacon St. entrance. Walk down Bowdoin St and turn left at the park across from Capital Coffee House at 122 Bowdoin St. Proceed through the park to the Ashburton Entrance.

This event is organized with the help of Representative Frank Smizik's Office as part of Climate Action Brookline's Climate Week 2018.