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Southern Oregon Climate Action Now greets 2021 with optimism! As of January 20:
Our federal administration’s House and Senate will be controlled by those who accept climate science, understand the urgency for action, and acknowledge the need to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
State agencies in Oregon will develop plans to address Governor Brown’s Executive Order 20-04 establishing an Oregon Climate Action Plan, even as other relevant legislative proposals emerge.
At the local level, November 2020 elections resulted in an increasing number of regional city council members conscious of the climate crisis and ready to take action to address it.
Southern Oregon Climate Action Now’s first 2021 general meeting will be brought to you virtually, in the safety and comfort of your home. At this meeting, we’ll address prospects for meaningful climate action at the federal, state and local levels. Long-time area activist Christine Haynie, Director of Rural Oregon Climate Political Action Committee (ROCPAC) Hogan Sherrow, and SOCAN co-Facilitator Alan Journet, will discuss what 2020 election results mean for 2021 climate action prospects.
SOUTHERN OREGON CLIMATE ACTION NOW
VIRTUAL GENERAL MEETING
TUESDAY, JANUARY 26 * 6PM TO 7PM.
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This meeting, as are all SOCAN general meetings, is free and open to the public.