It's not too late, but we're not talking the distant future. We're talking right now.
The question of how bad things will be due to the Climate Crisis, the amount of suffering that will occur, the amount of destruction, loss of property, human and animal lives, is a function of what humans do. The actions we take.
Learn what you can do.
It's a Climate Crisis, an emergency and "Franklin 2050: The Climate Crisis" is taking place October 17, 2019 in Franklin, MA.
Hear from notables in the field on the front lines of climate action science, environmental and legislative activism. Discover why its an emergency. Learn the causes and effects and solutions at hand - at the local and state level - to reduce the dangers of the climate crisis for yourself, your family and your children. Right here in Norfolk County.
- Carolyn Barthel, Coordinator, 350 Massachusetts for a Better Future, Franklin node
- Marjorie Decker, State Representative, 25th Middlesex District
- Ted McIntyre PhD, Board Member, Massachusetts Climate Action Network
A free educational community wide forum will be held at Elks Lodge, 1077 Pond Street, Franklin, MA, October 17, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM.
Registration encouraged. Space is limited.
Franklin Democratic Town Committee
|Invitation to attend Climate Crisis Forum - Oct 17|
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