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Your Chance to Speak: EPA to Hold Public Hearing About Climate Change and Carbon Emissions

 

Environment America reports to its members that On Nov 7, the EPA is organizing a public hearing here in D.C. to gauge concern about climate change.  The hearing is related to President Obama's June announcement directing the EPA to limit carbon emissions from power plants.  All who register will be given 3 minutes to speak. 


What: Environmental Protection Agency Public Hearing About Climate Change and Carbon Emissions.

When: Thursday, Nov 7,  9am-8pm

Where: U.S. EPA Headquarters – East, Room 1153, 1201 Constitution Ave. NW, Washington, DC 20460

 

Why?:

It's a given that representatives from companies that emit the most carbon plan to attend.   Click here to register to testify and make sure the voice of the people is fairly represented.