On Wednesday, May 27, organizations from across the state hosted a webinar on the Maine Climate Council, which is drafting a new Climate Action Plan for Maine this year. That plan will include recommendations to reduce Maine’s greenhouse gas emissions by at least 45% by 2030 and at least 80% by 2050. It will also include recommendations for the state to aid communities in adapting to climate change, and to create a clean energy economy for everyone across our rural state. Sign our petition calling for a strong and equitable Climate Action Plan for Maine! (https://secure.everyaction.com/OuUdaKuJgUOHZEJGuARe2w2)
Links to the main webinar and the other Working Group Q&A sessions:
The Maine Climate Council: Everything You Need to Know Webinar (https://youtu.be/ycS8EjrSMPI)
Transportation Working Group – Michael Williams, Deputy Director, Bluegreen Alliance (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u1G9aGs1cJE)
Community Resilience Planning, Public Health & Emergency Management Working Group – Rebecca Boulous, Executive Director, Maine Public Health Association (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YcTW5I4K0sg)
Natural & Working Lands Working Group – Eliza Donoghue, Director of Advocacy and Staff Attorney, Maine Audubon (https://youtu.be/MNtsz1N_iN0)
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