Understanding the Legislative Process: Acting on our Mission through Legislation

By Derek Newberry, Advocacy Fellow on 3/9/2017

Are you interested in the legislative process? Do you want to make sure Massachusetts stays on a track towards sustainability? Do you think our current policies are taking us in the right direction? If you have ever wanted to learn more about or influence the current state of sustainable policy in Massachusetts, or know the answers to these or many other questions, then stop by next Tuesday, March 14th for USGBC MA's Understanding the Legislative Process: Acting on our Mission through Legislation breakfast program. USGBC MA will be hosting a panel of local policy experts to discuss the essential role of sustainable legislation in our lives and how you can get involved and promote change. 

Representative Marjorie Decker of Cambridge, Representative Chris Walsh of Framingham, Director for Climate and Energy Policy at the Environmental League of Massachusetts Eric Wilkinson, and moderator/sustainable real estate specialist Craig Foley will be discussing how legislation happens, how you can participate, and how to expand green building coalition building as a stakeholder. Buy tickets here!

Tuesday, March 14th, 8:30am-10:00am
50 Milk St, 5th Floor, Windrose Room
Boston, MA, 02109

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