The Alliance for Jobs and Clean Energy is inviting you to learn about what’s next and how we can keep working together for a more prosperous and equitable clean energy future for all. Please join their webinar on February 26th 5-6pm to discuss initial reflections on the 1631 campaign, our 2019 shared legislative session agenda, and ways to engage in our work moving forward.
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