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May National Call — 100% Clean Electricity with Sam Ricketts

May 23, 2023 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm EDT

May 23
4th Tuesday of the Month,
7PM (Eastern) | 4PM (Pacific)

Powering Toward a Sustainable Future: Reaching 100% Clean Electricity by 2035 with Sam Ricketts from Evergreen Action

Clean electricity from clean power sources combined with electrification of all our machines, buildings and industries could ultimately cut 70 to 80 percent of current U.S. GHG pollution. Electricity represents the best opportunity to achieve the United States’s near-term international pledge of a 50–52 percent reduction in GHG pollution by 2030,so we’ve got to make a rapid transition to clean, renewable power generation  It is a huge and complicated task…But now with federal investments like the Inflation Reduction Act and Bipartisan Infrastructure Law we have a clear path forward. Join us for a conversation with Sam Ricketts who will discuss the pathway to a 100% clean energy transition and how we can get involved in supporting the transition in our communities. 



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Sam Ricketts is a co-founder and senior advisor for Evergreen Action. Sam is also a nonresident senior fellow at the Center for American Progress. Previously, he led climate policy and strategy as climate director for Governor Jay Inslee’s presidential campaign. In prior roles Ricketts was the first executive director of the Congressional Sustainable Energy & Environment Coalition (SEEC), and worked in the Washington State Governor’s Office, Democratic Governors Association, Working Families Party, and in several federal and state campaigns. Ricketts is a graduate of Syracuse University and a native of Seattle, Washington. He currently resides in Washington, DC with his wife and children.


May 23, 2023
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm EDT
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