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Have you noticed more stormy events? Maybe you've just felt that it was hotter, earlier this year? Whether it's climbing temperatures, extreme storms, heatwaves, droughts, or more, climate change is not a future problem - it is a NOW problem. Prince George's County is ready to act, but we need you!
Please join us for the next public virtual community meeting for the County's Climate Action Plan Community Meeting on Thursday, June 24, 2021 from 6:30 to 8:30 PM. Click here to register today!
On record, 2020 was the hottest summer in Prince George’s County and this summer we could see an increase of record-breaking temperatures. With more frequent and intense storm events, climate change will exacerbate flooding countywide. These 100-year-events are becoming everyday issues.
This is an opportunity for you, as members of our community, to give your input and influence the focus of the County’s Climate Action Plan. Together we can implement community-wide actions to adapt to climate change and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Click here to learn more and register for the next public virtual meeting or visit mypgc.us/climateactionplan.
You can also visit the ClimatePartners.org website to learn about some of the key focus areas for which we are collecting community input and more about climate action topics on our Climate Action Plan Virtual Open House.
For meeting or process questions, please contact Mary Abe at email@example.com.
CLICK HERE to Register Now!