Davidson to discuss Pennsylvania renewable energy on Dec. 5 in Drexel Hill

UPPER DARBY, Nov. 26 – State Rep. Margo L. Davidson, chair of the House Democratic Southeast Delegation, will hold an event with PennEnvironment and Darby Creek Valley Association to discuss her renewable energy and climate change priorities.

The event will take place from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 5, at Garrett Pub & Restaurant, 2312 Garrett Road, Drexel Hill 19026.

“It’s time that Pennsylvania steps up to become a leader in fighting climate change,” said Davidson, D-Delaware. “Like so many issues, climate change and other environmental hazards disproportionately impact low-income communities and communities of color – and that is why it’s important for us to come together and have our voices heard.

“We must not be left out of the conversation or left behind as we begin transitioning to renewable energy to arrest greenhouse gas effects on our air, water and land pollution in Pennsylvania. This transition will not only benefit the environment and our families’ health but also will provide for the creation of family-sustaining jobs.

“We Pennsylvanians have a constitutional right to clean air and water.”

Davidson has been lauded for her 100% pro-environment voting record.