PENSACOLA—Donald J. Trump is president-elect of the United States, bringing concern to many that much of the work to protect and preserve our natural environment will be undone. 350 Pensacola presents our view on what a Trump presidency could mean for a range of issues, including clean energy, climate change, protections for air and water, and the future of the EPA.
The uncertainty of the Trump presidency leads to many questions. Will we go back to burning more coal for energy? Are regulations to protect waterways and wetlands going to be rolled back? Will we withdraw from the Paris Climate agreement?
We’ll look at who President Trump is picking to lead key Federal agencies, and what their respective backgrounds tell us about the policies they will favor. This is an informal meeting in which audience participation is encouraged.
The presentation is part of a monthly speaker series on climate change sponsored by 350 Pensacola.
The Trump Presidency: What’s Ahead for the Environment and Climate Change
Where: Bayview Senior Center, 2000 East Lloyd St.
When: 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 29
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