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Climate Change Forum

by Press Release
April 14, 2018

CLIMATE CHANGE IN THE ERA OF TRUMP

Join us for an informative presentation on climate change.
The Upper Charles Climate Action, a node of 350.ORG, together with the Holliston Democratic Party are presenting Dr. Jay Turner for an afternoon talk on climate change. Dr. Turner is an associate professor of Environmental Studies at Wellesley College, author and researcher. He teaches a variety of courses some of which include: “ the US environmental history of the relationship between the environment and human history from colonial times to the present, as well as US environmental politics examining the laws, stakeholders, and political and policy processes important to the federal environmental regulatory state.” Currently Dr. Turner is researching the environmental history of batteries.
           Place:   Sherborn Community Center 2 Sanger Street Sherborn MA
           Date:     Sunday, April 22, 2018
           Time:     3:00 to 5:00
           All are welcome to this free event

 

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Comments (4)

One of President Trump's first acts, was to reverse an Obama regulation, which prohibited coal companies from dumping their waste into local streams - why would anyone in their right mind reverse that regulation ? Well, President Trump and the GOP did, and the fools actually gloated about it

- Lee DeSorgher | 4/15/18 5:04 PM

According to Al Gore, we actually reached the "point of no return" with regards to climate change two years ago. Just sit back, relax, and enjoy the endless summer!

- Raul Quintanilla | 4/14/18 9:43 PM

Exactly karen !!!

- Joe k | 4/14/18 7:35 PM

In the era of Trump? Is he responsible for every single thing ? I am so sick and tired of the hypocrisy. How many of you environmentalists will arrive in your 4x 4's etc. etc etc. People who live in glass houses . ..I see you.

- Karen Bell | 4/14/18 8:49 AM

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