We should provide the people gathering for this climate crisis presentation with some info on things the CT government can do to alleviate it :
1 : Reject the NTE Energy Fracked Gas Plant in Killingly, CT
2 : Declare a Climate Emergency
3 : Create a real plan to address Climate Justice.
Description from the event website:
A call-to-action conversation about climate change.
Climate Showcase starts at 6:30pm in The Bushnell lobbies!
Enjoy free food and drink while you learn about innovative and impactful ways to create sustainable change at home and in your community. The Showcase is sponsored by Smart Seed Fund and features leading companies and organizations in Connecticut’s environmental conservation sector.
In The Forum model of live, unscripted, civil dialogue, we will examine the key questions about this important and timely issue:
What are the facts? What does the science tell us?
What are the most promising strategies? Innovations?
What can we do now?
From public policy initiatives and tech innovations, to conservation strategies and solutions for social justice issues caused by global warming, our panel of experts will discuss where we go from here and how best to effect change.