Due to a scheduling conflict with a few candidates the forum date has been changed from Thursday July 12th to Monday July 16th
Climate Change and Connecticut Governor Candidate Forum
As we have seen in the last few years, the governor of CT has a large influence on the climate policy of our state. They will appoint the head of the Dept. of Energy & Environmental Protection and Transportation , as well as several members of the GC3 (Governors Council on Climate Change) and can even submit legislation directly to craft policy. In fact the main climate bills to be passed in 2018 were initiated by Gov. Malloy. Well we get to choose a new governor this November.
Because of this, it is important that we find out what the candidates’ policies would be, pressure them to act on the accepted science and implement the radical solutions we need.
Join 350 CT, John Dankowski(moderator) and several other organizations at a Climate Change and CT Candidates Forum on July 16th at Trinity College in Hartford.
Please RSVP Here : https://www.meetup.com/350CT-org/events/250709066/
or on Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/events/966062240223264/
Also we need these candidates to know that this is an important issue to the voters. Please call, write or tweet their campaigns and demand that they come to this forum and come with solutions to the climate crisis:
Ned Lamont 203-859-5896 203-387-7990
Joe Ganim 203-332-1135 [email protected]
Mark Boughton 203-797-4511 . @MayorMark
Tim Herbst. @TimHerbst
Steve Obsitinik 203-448-0750 [email protected] @steveobsitnik
Bob Stefanowski [email protected]
David Stemerman 203-485-5299 [email protected]
Oz Griebel 203-521-2606 [email protected]
Micah Welintukonis [email protected]
Rod Hanscomb 203-383-9617 [email protected]
Sample Phone Script : Hello, I am a member of 350 CT and will be voting for CT this November. The next governor needs to help our state be a leader in addressing climate change and deal with its effects. If you would like my vote please attend the Climate Change and Connnecticut forum at Trinity College on July 16th. Thank you.
Sample Tweet : <Twitter Handle> Climate Change is happening now and CT needs to address it. If you would like to lead the state, we need to hear your plan. Join the Climate Change & CT Forum to reach climate voters. #climatevoter #ctgovernor