Franklin 2050: The Climate Crisis

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Join us on October 17, 2019, for a free educational forum on the Climate Crisis: its challenges, causes, effects and policy implications.

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A free educational Franklin community-wide forum on the Climate Crisis, a subject you may have questions about, will be held Thursday, October 17, 2019, from 7- 9pm at Elks Lodge, 1077 Pond Street, Franklin, MA. 02038.

This is a unique opportunity for the community to discover the causes, effects, and solutions as they pertain to our community. Discover why the issue is an emergency, and what can be done to reduce the dangers that the climate crisis poses to your family and children.

This comprehensive, one-of-a-kind event is your opportunity to hear from notables on the front lines of climate science, grassroots activism, and legislative action including the Massachusetts Green New Deal.

The focus is on what we can do together at the town and state levels to reduce the present and coming dangers.


Carolyn Barthel, Coordinator and Steering Team, 350 Massachusetts For A Better Future.

Marjorie Decker, State Representative, 25th Middlesex District

Ted McIntyre, PhD, Board Member, Mass Climate Action Network (MCAN)

All who attend will receive specially-prepared materials explaining what can be done with electricity, heating, and transportation.

Space is limited. Registration is encouraged.


Franklin Democratic Town Committee

350 Massachusetts for a Better Future

Massachusetts Climate Action Network

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