A scientist writes, "Today I went to give a climate talk at my old high school..." The students:
Later that day, her university students said about climate change:
"...inaction is now perceived as a deliberate, inevitable choice. The grown-ups ... are hurting and harming the youth and they are still doing it. The hurt and despair are immense."
So ... are we going to keep describing the problem?
Or ... start working on solutions?
Spending billions fixing gas system makes no sense
Lawmakers shouldn't allow utilities to retool to carry new fuels
TO HAVE ANY CHANCE of averting climate catastrophe, the latest climate science is definitive that we must actively decommission much of our existing fossil fuel infrastructure. Flying in the face of this dire warning, Massachusetts is on course to spend roughly $40 billion recommissioning its gas distribution system.
Fri, Apr 29, 1-3 pm
Join U.S. Senator Ed Markey, White House National Climate Advisor Gina McCarthy, AG81 and leading environmental experts for a special multi-event Massachusetts Climate Summit called Confronting the Climate Crisis: Global Solutions, Local Action.
Tuesday, April 26, 7-9 pm
Hosted by the Town of Arlington and local volunteer groups
Join this virtual event to learn about:
The panelists, moderated by David Morgan, Arlington's Environmental Planner and Conservation Agent, will help frame the issues and explain what's at stake.
Register here. A Zoom link will be sent about two days before the event.