On Tuesday, March 15 at 7:00 p.m., Metrowest Climate Solutions presents “Climate Legislation Overview and Update in MA” with Reps. Jeffrey Roy and Alice Peisch on Zoom.
Register at tinyurl.com/MAClimateLawHouse.
PART2: THE HOUSE PERSPECTIVE
Which climate bills have the best chance of becoming law and what provisions are stimulating debate? What are the potential impacts on low-income communities? What does our state, region and country need to do to address the growing threats of a changing climate?
Rep. Jeffrey Roy and Rep. Alice Peisch will discuss several bills in process including Rep. Roy’s bill, H.4348: An Act Advancing Offshore Wind and Clean Energy. To register for this free event, visit: tinyurl.com/MAClimateLawHouse.
Rep. Roy serves as the House Chair of the Joint Committee on Telecommunications, Utilities and Energy. He represents the 10th Norfolk District, which includes Franklin and parts of Medway.
Rep. Peisch represents the 14th Norfolk District, consisting of Wellesley, Weston and a portion of Wayland. She is the House Chair of the Joint Committee on Education and will serve as moderator for this program.
MetroWest Climate Solutions’ mission is to inspire sustainable, resilient, and equitable communities and to host timely, relevant programs that encourage people and organizations to get involved in bringing about solutions. MCS (metrowestclimatesolutions.org) is a local partnership of organizations and congregations including First Parish in Wayland, First Parish Church in Weston, First Parish in Lincoln, the Congregational Church of Weston, Sustainable Weston Action Group (SWAG) and a growing list of communities and individuals