As a president of a Boys & Girls Club board, I am increasingly concerned that my generation is taking insufficient action to address our warming climate. Early action is required if we are to avoid a poor legacy to our kids.
Washington is at the forefront of technological and business innovation. I urge state Rep. Pat Sullivan to fight to sustain our leadership in the 21st century economy by supporting the Carbon Pollution Accountability Act.
Pricing carbon and aligning our economy toward clean energy will build a broadly shared, sustainable economic prosperity that will power us forward in the years to come. As a leader in the Legislature, Sullivan has an opportunity to help build that prosperity. Showing local leadership will not only help our kids but also inspire global action that will help kids and the underprivileged around the world.