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‘Electrify’ is key to the climate crisis
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‘Electrify’ is key to the climate crisis


We seem to be at a tipping point in our stance on global warming. That means that a lot is happening at every level, from the international to the local. 

Many of us are taking an “all hands on deck” stance to this crisis, as evidenced by the formation of Oak Park Climate Action Network (Oak Park CAN), an ad hoc group which has nudged the Oak Park Village Board and staff toward formulating a climate action plan. We’ve also seen other local governmental bodies, most notably the Park District of Oak Park, moving ahead with ambitious projects to both conserve energy and produce it through solar installations.

This brings me to ElectrifyBy Saul Griffith. I don’t normally write book reviews, but this book has made quite a splash in the environmental community, and for good reason.


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