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Utah Roadmap released

The Kem Gardner Institute has released The Utah Roadmap: Positive Solutions on Climate and Air Quality.  You can find lots of detail on the Gardner Institute Roadmap Page. That information includes: The Utah Roadmap in Brief The Utah Roadmap

They will be collecting public feedback about the Roadmap until Jan 27th by email to utahroadmap@utah.edu. We encourage you to read through the document, then both commend it to your state representative and senator, and submit comments on it to the Kem Gardner Institute.

When writing your state representative/senator, thank them, ask them to adopt the framework of the Roadmap, and note how excited you are that Utah is showing leadership on air quality and climate. You can look up your legislative district and contact information for your legislators here.

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