Combating climate change is a ‘moral obligation,’ BPU commissioner tells Morristown audience

KEVIN COUGHLIN / MORRISTOWN GREEN – Residents have a moral obligation to minimize climate change, Commissioner Joseph Fiordaliso of the state Board of Public Utilities told a Morristown audience on Sunday.

“We’re talking about a severe situation that you and I, and our society in general, has a moral obligation –moral– to do the best we can to minimize climate change,” Fiordaliso said at the Presbyterian Church in Morristown.

He spoke at a presentation by the BPU’s New Jersey Clean Energy Program. The 90-minute seminar described state rebates and subsidized loans for homeowners who upgrade their home heating and cooling systems, and who replace old washers, dryers and air conditioners with energy efficient models …

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