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Why Does Princeton Need A Climate Action Plan?

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Countries, states and cities across the world are adopting climate action plans to mitigate and prepare for the effects of climate change. Princeton is ready to step up and create its own plan. What does this mean and how can it be accomplished? Join us for an important discussion on the reasons why Princeton needs a Climate Action Plan with guest speakers, Sophie Glovier, Princeton-based environmental advocate and author of Walk the Trails In and Around Princeton, and George T. DiFerdinando, Jr., a board-certified general internist who has combined a career in public health and higher education with a sustained professional and personal interest in the impact of behavior on physical health.

This event is free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be served. Co-sponsored by the Princeton Public Library and supported by NRG Energy.

About Sustainable Princeton
Founded in 2012, Sustainable Princeton is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to inspire our community to develop and implement solutions that positively impact the environment. With a vision for Princeton to be a model town that examines every action through the lens of sustainability ensuring a healthy environment, a strong economy, and the well-being of all community members now and in the future. Their office is located at 1 Monument Drive, Princeton, New Jersey. For more information, visit sustainableprinceton.org.

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