“Kevin Sunday, director of government affairs for the Pennsylvania Chamber of Business and Industry, told the panel that the chamber believes ‘environmental stewardship and economic growth are mutually compatible objectives.’ . . .
“‘We cannot ignore the scientific facts,’ Ms. Boscola said. ‘The future of our communities and all of our humanity depend on us taking action. We need to cut non-renewable energy usage to zero by 2050.’
“She said the climate change problem is real, imminent and multifaceted, and political leaders have a responsibility to address it.”
FULL STORY published November 28, 2018 via Pittsburgh Post-Gazette