Leaking gas — you’ve smelled it over Wellesley, seeping up from the crumbling gas pipes under our streets. That methane gas is a danger to our health and our planet. Methane is more than 80 times as potent as a green house gas than carbon and it is known to affect the respiratory health of children and vulnerable adults. It’s time we do something more to fix the leaks and make our system safer as we transition to renewable energy for heating, cooling, and cooking.
You can help: Show up at the State House (Gardner Auditorium) this Tuesday, November 12, at 1 pm, to support the FUTURE Act.
Click here to RSVP on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/569504937159133/
Proposed by our own State Senator Cynthia Creem, the FUTURE Act focuses on triage and transition:
We all saw what happened when the gas system exploded in the Merrimack Valley just one year ago — let’s act now to make sure that does not happen again!
THANK YOU FOR SHOWING UP FOR A FUTURE BEYOND GAS!