I would like to invite you to join me at Braddock District Supervisor James Walkinshaw’s first Climate Action Conference on Saturday, September 30. This conference will be held at Lake Braddock Secondary School to address some of the most pressing issues and promising solutions in our fight against climate change.
This summer has been the hottest on record, and it’s no secret why. Climate change is one of the clearest threats facing our community today, and we will all have to do our part to mitigate this danger. The conference will highlight local opportunities to protect the environment and save money doing it. From property tax deductions for solar to federal tax credits made available by the Inflation Reduction Act, we’re excited to share with our community ways to reduce emissions and expenses.
In addition to Supervisor Walkinshaw and myself, speakers will include Fairfax County Chairman Jeff McKay and Michael Forrester, Assistant Director of Partnerships with the Office of State and Community Energy Programs at the U.S. Department of Energy.
Seating is limited, so please register for your ticket today.