Making RGGI more accessible and understandable for Granite Staters
September 1, 2016
ECHO Action was pleased to participate in Toxics Action Center's meeting of frontline community leaders at NH's Office of Energy & Planning in Concord today. We discussed improving the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI) process to make it more understandable and inclusive for all citizens of the Granite State.
When we all understand the process, and become invested in it, everyone wins! Thank you Shaina Kasper of Toxics Action Center for inviting us!
ECHO Action members in attendance (L to R): Stephanie Scherr, Anne DiCicco, Pat Martin, Laura Lynch along with pipeline opponents Bev Edwards, Gwen Whitbeck and Doug Whitbeck.
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