Nearly 100 march for climate


The “Heart of Ohio March for Climate” had about 100 participants on Saturday. The march started at Bicentennial Park and headed to the Delaware County Courthouse. The event was organized by Sustainable Delaware and the local chapter of the Citizens Climate Lobby, which supports a carbon fee and dividend that would tax companies for the extraction of fossil fuels from the source and refund most of that money, except for an administration fee, to American households.

The “Heart of Ohio March for Climate” had about 100 participants on Saturday. The march started at Bicentennial Park and headed to the Delaware County Courthouse. The event was organized by Sustainable Delaware and the local chapter of the Citizens Climate Lobby, which supports a carbon fee and dividend that would tax companies for the extraction of fossil fuels from the source and refund most of that money, except for an administration fee, to American households.


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The “Heart of Ohio March for Climate” had about 100 participants on Saturday. The march started at Bicentennial Park and headed to the Delaware County Courthouse. The event was organized by Sustainable Delaware and the local chapter of the Citizens Climate Lobby, which supports a carbon fee and dividend that would tax companies for the extraction of fossil fuels from the source and refund most of that money, except for an administration fee, to American households.


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The “Heart of Ohio March for Climate” had about 100 participants on Saturday. The march started at Bicentennial Park and headed to the Delaware County Courthouse. The event was organized by Sustainable Delaware and the local chapter of the Citizens Climate Lobby, which supports a carbon fee and dividend that would tax companies for the extraction of fossil fuels from the source and refund most of that money, except for an administration fee, to American households.

The “Heart of Ohio March for Climate” had about 100 participants on Saturday. The march started at Bicentennial Park and headed to the Delaware County Courthouse. The event was organized by Sustainable Delaware and the local chapter of the Citizens Climate Lobby, which supports a carbon fee and dividend that would tax companies for the extraction of fossil fuels from the source and refund most of that money, except for an administration fee, to American households.

The “Heart of Ohio March for Climate” had about 100 participants on Saturday. The march started at Bicentennial Park and headed to the Delaware County Courthouse. The event was organized by Sustainable Delaware and the local chapter of the Citizens Climate Lobby, which supports a carbon fee and dividend that would tax companies for the extraction of fossil fuels from the source and refund most of that money, except for an administration fee, to American households.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2017/05/web1_20170429_112735.jpgThe “Heart of Ohio March for Climate” had about 100 participants on Saturday. The march started at Bicentennial Park and headed to the Delaware County Courthouse. The event was organized by Sustainable Delaware and the local chapter of the Citizens Climate Lobby, which supports a carbon fee and dividend that would tax companies for the extraction of fossil fuels from the source and refund most of that money, except for an administration fee, to American households. Courtesy Photo

The “Heart of Ohio March for Climate” had about 100 participants on Saturday. The march started at Bicentennial Park and headed to the Delaware County Courthouse. The event was organized by Sustainable Delaware and the local chapter of the Citizens Climate Lobby, which supports a carbon fee and dividend that would tax companies for the extraction of fossil fuels from the source and refund most of that money, except for an administration fee, to American households.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2017/05/web1_Heart-of-Ohio-March.jpgThe “Heart of Ohio March for Climate” had about 100 participants on Saturday. The march started at Bicentennial Park and headed to the Delaware County Courthouse. The event was organized by Sustainable Delaware and the local chapter of the Citizens Climate Lobby, which supports a carbon fee and dividend that would tax companies for the extraction of fossil fuels from the source and refund most of that money, except for an administration fee, to American households. Courtesy Photo