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Join the legislative Climate Solutions Caucus at a Virtual Town Hall, 7pm on Dec. 15th

Last week, the Vermont Climate Council adopted its initial Climate Action Plan on a strong 19-4 vote. While many of the details must still be worked out, and much more community input must be gathered, the plan provides an important foundation for action.

Watch this week’s Climate Dispatch to learn more about the newly adopted Climate Action Plan, and what the state government and legislature will be doing next. VCV’s Lauren Hierl and VNRC’s Johanna Miller are joined by Agency of Natural Resource’s Director of the Global Warming Solutions Act, Jane Lazorchak, and VPIRG’s Ben Edgerly Walsh.

Next week, you’re invited to a special event:

The Vermont Legislature’s Climate Solutions Caucus will be hosting a Virtual Town Hall on Wednesday, December 15th at 7pm.

Climate Solutions Caucus members will share their reactions to the Climate Action Plan and what we might expect in the upcoming legislative session — and they want to hear directly from Vermonters about what climate policies they should prioritize in 2022.

If you attend, you’ll also have the opportunity to join legislators from your region in a breakout “room” to dig into more details and talk with other Vermonters in your area about what this plan means to you, and what you hope the legislature accomplishes in the coming year.

This is a great opportunity to connect with some of the top climate champions in the Vermont Legislature and to let them know that you want them to enact bold climate legislation in the coming year.

Click here to register for the Climate Solutions Caucus Virtual Town Hall.

With unprecedented federal funding available, we have no more excuses, and no time to lose. We must get to work implementing the solutions laid out in the Climate Action Plan that will help all Vermonters benefit from the clean energy economy. This Virtual Town Hall will be a great opportunity to learn more about the Climate Solution Caucus priorities, and a chance to make your voice heard on what matters most to you.

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