First Gubernatorial Issues Debate

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MassINC and CommonWealth magazine present:
 
First Gubernatorial Issues Debate

A discussion about Cape Wind and its impact on climate change, the economy, and energy policy in Massachusetts


Featuring:
Charles Baker, Republican
Massachusetts Treasurer Tim Cahill, Independent
Governor Deval Patrick, Democrat
Jill Stein, Green-Rainbow Party

Monday, August 16, 2010
Program begins at 4pm
Doors open at 3:30pm


Cape Wind has taken on national prominence as a symbol of our nation’s efforts to embrace renewable energy, reduce reliance on fossil fuels, and combat climate change. But locally the project’s above-market cost has become a hot-button issue, prompting a debate about green industry in general and the best way for the state to achieve its environmental and energy goals without putting businesses at a competitive disadvantage.

Moderated by Greg Torres, President of MassINC and publisher of CommonWealth magazine.

For more information please contact Marjorie Malpiede at mmalpiede@massinc.org.


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