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The EEA Twitter Town Hall team!

The EEA Twitter Town Hall team!

This past Earth Day, Energy and Environmental Affairs (EEA) Secretary Rick Sullivan hosted the first ever Secretariat-led Twitter Town Hall in Massachusetts history. We put together a team of experts from across the EEA family and were blown away by the variety and depth of the questions we received. From passionate concerns about climate change to fervent support of local farmers to questions about electric vehicle adoption, we learned a lot about what the public thinks and talks about.

Secretary Sullivan was thrilled by the response and stayed to answer questions for an additional 30 minutes. Below, we’ve compiled the #EarthDayMA questions and answers from the Twitter Town Hall to preserve this great discussion and reflect on what the Twitter public was thinking on April 22, 2014.

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