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BayEcotarium urges Gov. Newsom to allocate 1% of Climate Action funds toward Museum driven STEAM Education in California

Category: Environmental Sustainability
Bay Ecotarium
Bay Ecotarium

“Our children deserve to inherit a clean tomorrow, they are our future. We have no moral right to leave them with a toxic planet and a carbon debt that will leave them gasping for air we so take for granted”

–George Jacob, Ecotarium President and CEO

On Indigenous Peoples Day, Bay Ecotarium President & CEO, George Jacob called upon California Governor Gavin Newsom to allocate 1% of the $15 billion announced towards Climate Action for Awareness and Education programs and an additional 1% towards shovel ready climate-focused museum capital infrastructure projects in California

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