Climate Change Resolution

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Sharon’s master plan must deal with climate change

Last October, the world’s leading climate scientists warned that we have only a dozen years in which to prevent global warming from exceeding 1.5C, in order to reduce the risks of drought, floods, extreme heat and poverty for hundreds of millions of people. The Global Warming Solutions Act passed by… Read More »Sharon’s master plan must deal with climate change

The Energy Omnibus Bill: An Act to Promote a Clean Energy Future (S.2302)

Are you concerned about how climate change could affect your children’s future? Do you want Massachusetts to be a leader in the transition to a clean-energy economy? The Senate Committee on Global Warming and Climate Change recently filed an energy omnibus bill entitled, An Act to Promote a Clean Energy… Read More »The Energy Omnibus Bill: An Act to Promote a Clean Energy Future (S.2302)

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From Mayor Marty Walsh…

From Austin Blackmon, City of Boston – Chief of Environment, Energy, and Open Space: “This afternoon the White House announced that the U.S. will withdraw from the Paris Climate Agreement. This action does not change the course of Boston’s climate initiatives. The City of Boston and Mayor Walsh are committed… Read More »From Mayor Marty Walsh…

Climate Change Resolution – Sharon Town Meeting, May 5, 2014

Climate Change Resolution – Sharon Town Meeting, May 5, 2014 Sharon Town Meeting recognizes that greenhouse gas emissions generated by fossil fuels have already set climate change in motion, and that arresting these changes will require actions at every level of society, including federal, state, local and individual, to:  •… Read More »Climate Change Resolution – Sharon Town Meeting, May 5, 2014