NYC People's Hearing On The Repeal Of The Clean Power Plan
#CleanPowerPlan People's Hearing
We're live tweeting the People's Hearing on the repeal of #CleanPowerPlan, happening in partnership with @TheNewSchool. pic.twitter.com/PFGYx9nnEA— The New School Free Press (@NSFreePress) January 9, 2018
NY Governor, NY Attorney General, NYC Mayor & City Council & New Yorkers united in the demand that their federal government move forward on climate saving Clean Power Plan. No time to go backwards pic.twitter.com/0TnE6Ray5L— Sallan Foundation (@Sallan_Found) January 9, 2018
New York, NY. Tuesday, January 9th, 2018.
Elizabeth Stein — fourth generation New Yorker, an attorney at the Environmental Defense Fund and Sallan Foundation Board Member testifies at the NYC People's Hearing at the New School — Download Testimony for EPA Public Hearing on Proposed Repeal of Carbon Pollution Emission. Guidelines for Existing Stationary Sources: Electric Utility Generating Units.
#NewSchoolAlumni Kartik Amarnath, Transdisciplinary Design ‘16, (and former Tishman Center Research Assistant) testifying on behalf of the New York Environmental Justice Alliance at the NYC People’s Hearing on the Repeal of the Clean Power Plan pic.twitter.com/9hO5q19Y47— NewSchoolTEDC (@NewSchoolTEDC) January 9, 2018
A repeal of #CleanPowerPlan would constitute as "strategic negligence" from Scott Pruitt's EPA, said @MichelleDePass, dean of @MilanoSchool. DePass was formerly an assistant administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, appointed by President Obama.— The New School Free Press (@NSFreePress) January 9, 2018
“Simply put, we are in a race to adapt to and mitigate the effects of climate change...in that race the Clean Power Plan is one strong policy tool” @parsonsdesign Executive Dean Joel Towers pic.twitter.com/TTjdW3BTi4— NewSchoolTEDC (@NewSchoolTEDC) January 9, 2018