Town hall focuses on state’s green future

By Ty Batemon | WCIA

Two years ago, the state passed an historic clean energy bill. Even though that happened, some say there’s still a lot that needs to be done for a cleaner future.

“It’s because the effects of climate change are happening now. This is something people are saying it’s happening in five years, happening in 10 years, but it’s happening today. This is one thing we need to do; have a conversation with the community, get people aware of the different things that are happening,” says Science Policy Group Vice President, Jordan Sickle.

Sickle says, if you’re at home and you support green energy, you should call your local representative to tell them. There will be more town halls and events like this in the future.

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