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Tuesday,  November 15,  7 pm at Emmanuel United Methodist Church
10755 Scaggsville Rd, Laurel, Maryland 20723
RSVP requested (not required)  HoCoClimateChange@gmail.com  
 
HoCo Climate Change (formerly Climate Change Initiative of Howard County) is an all-volunteer group of Howard County citizens working to reduce Howard County's carbon footprint and to promote a clean energy future. We can't do it alone. We need your help. Explore our website to learn ways you can get involved, through discussion circles, advocacy, local events, and more. As the historian Howard Zinn said, "Small acts, when multiplied by millions of people, can transform the world."  We are a local 350.org group.
                          Join our ENews list to get emails about our activities and area climate action
                                  Fill out mail form here or email us at: hococlimatechange@gmail.com 
                         (You can expect emails about twice a month).   Check out our past eNews here.
Like us on Facebook  Follow @HoCoClimate on Twitter    Visit the ClimateHoward Blog

Download our recently updated brochure here!
 What Can You Do?

There are many ways to get involved.   

You can reduce your carbon footprint by 8.5 METRIC TONS per year in less than 15 minutes, by signing up for clean wind energy now. 

Check out energy savings from your utility -   BGE  here or Allegheny Energy/Potomac Edi­son (now part of FirstEnergyCorp)  here.
Discussion circles meet to read articles on climate change and discuss the information.  These discussion circles are an excellent way to meet other people in the community who are interested in climate change. 
We also need volunteers to help with numerous activities including

·         Starting new discussion groups

·         Facilitating discussion groups

·         Updating the HoCo Climate Change web site

·         Writing/editing announcements

·         Writing articles for the web site and blogs

·         Advocating for climate change solutions

Climate change is happening faster than we all anticipated.

The time to act is now.