Tampa City Council Adopts 100% Renewable Energy Resolution August 5, 2021

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“Our Tampa City Council saved lives today. The climate crisis is causing unprecedented harm to the mental and physical health of our community,” said Dr. Lynn Ringenberg of Physicians for Social Responsibility. “Our children, the elderly, pregnant women, individuals with chronic health issues, minority communities and people living in poverty are bearing the brunt of the negative health effects. We applaud our elected officials for taking bold steps to help protect the health of our community. Moving rapidly to a clean, renewable energy future will protect public health now and for future generations.”

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