Blog : Calling For Climate Change

By Sam Lane | Jul 7, 2015 | in

On July 30 at 5:30 p.m., the city of Portsmouth, its community members, local businesses and the Green Alliance are calling for a day of action against climate change. The event will take place right in the heart of the city, in Market Square at the North Church. Participants gathered will draw attention to the immediate need for action against climate change across the globe. By taking the necessary steps, the community can make a concentrated effort toward successfully reaching a solution to the issue through education.

Those participating can also call their Senator, issue a press statement, submit an LTE, use #MaketheCall on social media or be vocal at local events to help spread awareness.

The day of action will further support the EPA’s Clean Power Plan (CPP), which is intended to be the greatest action our country has taken toward extinguishing climate change. The CPP will help decrease the effects of climate change, protect public health and encourage the development of clean energy. Although this plan will soon be put into action, further support is needed to maximize its success and to help keep it alive in public forums.

Answer the call on July 30 to help ensure a more sustainable future for New Hampshire and across the globe. Groups including the League of Conservation Voters, the Green Alliance, along with other community members and businesses will be attending to proudly support the event, as well as provide any information or conversation on the matter.

For more information on the campaign, their efforts and how to join, contact or call 202-650-0283.