Climate Change: With or Without Paris Accord – tonight

July 11, 2017

Press release: President Trump says that he is pulling the U.S. out of the Paris Climate Accord and looking to negotiate a “better deal” for our country. But even without support from the president, thousands of American companies, cities, and states remain committed to the goals of the Accord and are moving forward on climate action.

Join 350Pensacola to learn more about the Accord and how it is progressing despite the American withdrawal. See what’s actually in the Paris Accord and what commitments were made by the U.S. and other countries—including large emerging economies like China and India. And hear how many large and well-respected companies are sticking to their plans to reduce carbon emissions.

Our presenters include 350 Pensacola’s clean energy jobs director Beverly Perry, research director Larry Chamblin, and executive director Christian Wagley. Refreshments will be served, so please join us for an interactive presentation and discussion!

The presentation is part of a monthly speaker series on climate change sponsored by 350 Pensacola. For more information: 850-687-9968 or 350pensacola@gmail.com

What: With or without the Paris Accord: Moving forward on climate action
Where: Bayview Senior Center, 2000 East Lloyd St.
When: 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 11

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