The Power Dialog
In April 2016, more than ten thousand students across the country will speak their truth about power. The Power Dialog is organizing nationwide meetings between college, graduate, and high school students with their state officials in charge of implementing the EPA’s Clean Power Plan. Under the EPA Plan, states are required to reduce global warming pollution from the electric power sector-- 32% by 2030.

State agency leaders are already seeing their calendars fill up with meetings with utility executives and coal industry CEO’s. Why not the young people who will live on to see the consequences of our actions today? Sign up here to receive updates on the Power Dialog.

The Power Dialog is sponsored by The Bard Center for Environmental Policy. More information at www.powerdialog.net. Please direct questions to Bard CEP Director Eban Goodstein at ebangood@bard.edu.

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