October 10, 7:15 p.m.
Information provided by the Sauk-Calumet Group of the Sierra Club
FRANKFORT, Ill. (October 9, 2022) – The Sauk-Calumet Group of the Sierra Club will be having a program on CEJA (the Climate and Equitable Jobs Act), on October 10 at 7:15 p.m. on the Zoom online platform. CEJA was passed in Illinois last year and is transitioning the state to renewable energy and addressing climate change.
The program is “CEJA: How It Can Help You Save Money and Go Greener.” Attendees will learn more about how CEJA can directly benefit them, their business, and their community while cutting carbon emissions and creating a greener future. Illinois Sierra Club’s CEJA Ambassadors and a Citizens Utility Board (CUB) representative will be there to answer questions.
To join the program please RSVP to Lois Lauer at 708-923-1550, or [email protected], or Ann Baskerville at [email protected].
All meetings are free and open both to Sierra Club members and the general public. The Sierra Club is the nation’s largest grass-roots, conservation and political activism group, advocating for nature, natural landscapes, and a healthy environment since 1892.