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Friday, January 16, 2009

Our executive director Remy Trupin made a presentation today to the House Ecology and Parks Committee work session on ensuring that climate change policy protects lower income consumers.

During the work session, Representative Upthegrove talked about a letter that was sent to the Governor last summer calling for equitable action on climate change. It was signed by a broad coalition of environmental, faith, and social justice organizations.

Alan Durning from Sightline also presented alongside Remy. Alan has written a useful primer on cap and trade policy. Sightline is one of the many organizations we've been working closely with to develop smart policy solutions to the problem of climate change.

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