Updated: Oct 27, 2020
Did you know that people with limited money pay a bigger part of their incomes for electricity than those with bigger incomes? Why is this and what can be done about it? With over 61% of Harrisonburg households struggling to make ends meet, this environmental and energy justice issue affects many people in critical ways. How and from where we get our electricity matters. Listen in and learn from our guest speaker, Harrison Wallace, about what we can do here in Harrisonburg, the Valley and Virginia. Sign up now.
Harrison Wallace, a native of Waynesboro and a JMU graduate, lobbied in Richmond several years for Chesapeake Climate Action Network and is now the Director of Programs for Climate and Clean Energy Equity Fund (CCEEF). He brings passion and knowledge to this important topic.
This event is hosted by 50 by 25 Harrisonburg, Sierra Club of the Shenandoah Valley, and Climate Action Alliance of the Valley. Webinar details and to sign up:
What: Webinar - Color of Money and Your Utility Bill: What Is and What Can Be with Harrison Wallace
When: Wed, Oct 28th at 7 PM
Cost: Free for everyone
Facebook event link: https://www.facebook.com/events/704788596783754