Playing for climate action

  • Children play at the Play-in for Climate Action. —Courtesy of Moms Clean Air Force

  • Children play at the Play-in for Climate Action. —Courtesy of Moms Clean Air Force

  • Children play at the Play-in for Climate Action. —Courtesy of Moms Clean Air Force

  • Children play at the Play-in for Climate Action. —Courtesy of Moms Clean Air Force

  • Children play at the Play-in for Climate Action. —Courtesy of Moms Clean Air Force

Published: 8/31/2016 7:00:11 PM

Gov. Maggie Hassan, Moms Clean Air Force and the Union Concerned Scientists held a Play-in for Climate Action at White Park in Concord on Aug. 27. More than 50 people attended the event that had kid-friendly activities and Rattlebox Studios’ Mr. Aaron.

The event was to show support for the Clean Power Plan and call for energy solutions to improve air quality and children’s health.

“As climate change continues to threaten our natural resources, people, businesses, economy and way of life, it is critical that we continue working together to build a healthier, safer New Hampshire where all of our people – including our children – can enjoy in the high quality of life that we are known for in the Granite State,” Hassan said. “Clean air and water are critical to public health and public safety, and I commend the leadership of Moms Clean Air Force for inspiring us all to do our part to protect our environment and the natural resources that make our state unique.”




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