Philadelphia Global Warming Meeting November 15th

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Global warming meeting November 15th in Philadelphia

Learn what Philadelphia and the Delaware Valley are doing about global warming at 6:45 pm Monday, Nov. 15 at The Free Library of Philadelphia, 19th and Vine streets, 4th floor.

Liz Compitello of the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission will discuss the commission's inventory of greenhouse gas emissions in southeastern Pennsylvania and how it is allocated to Philadelphia and the eight
Pennsylvania and New Jersey counties surrounding the city. She'll also discuss cost-effective ways to reduce those emissions 80 percent by 2050.

Alex Dews of the Mayor's Office of Sustainability will discuss Greenworks, Philadelphia's plan to become America's greenest city, and how it will drastically reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The plan would change energy use, waste disposal, food availability, park space and more.

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Suzanne, I know going green can be expensive and isn't easy for many of the long established companies that have polluted pretty much at will, but it is being done and long over due.  Unfortunately some of the newly emerging heavily industrialized nations that do not consider "going green" a priority are going to be a bigger problem.

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Suzanne Strickler
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Nick - Learning how to control ourselves is first and foremost. America has benefited by our trials and errors with pollution for profit, the price it ultimately costs and paying for the health consequences.

Other nations will take their own steps, some will learn by our mistakes and some won't. It shouldn't stop the education process that experience has given us.

 

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