November 14, 2009
You can make smart choices about your energy use, save money and lower your “carbon footprint.” And guess what…it’s easier when we do it together!
Join us for a Global Warming Café on Saturday, December 5, at 2:30 pm at Central Congregational Church, 85 Seaverns Ave., Jamaica Plain.
A Global Warming Café is a combination of engaging discussion groups and community-building with tasty snacks and mingling time! You will leave the event motivated and equipped with the tools you need to take action.
This is a carbon-neutral event, courtesy of Mass Energy.
Free and open to the public. Wheelchair accessible. For more info or to reserve childcare, call 617-278-1885 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Co-sponsored by Central Congregational Church, Hope Church, and JP Forum.
Click here for a Global Warming Cafe flyer
November 1, 2009
We celebrated October 25, the 350 International Day of Climate Action, with an energy fair, climate justice rally, and bike ride to the Boston Underwater Festival. Many thanks to our co-sponsor, Massachusetts ACORN and to the tablers included ABCD, Boston Area Solar Energy Assoc., Boston Building Materials Coop, Boston Water and Sewer, City of Boston – Dept. of Neighborhood Development, City of Boston – Environmental Energy Services, City of Boston – Home Center, City of Boston – Recycling, Dorchester People for Peace, Foundation for a Green Future, Mass Energy Consumers Alliance, Mission Main Concerned Residents, Progressive Asset Management, & Sunlight Solar Energy, and to Mission Hill School for hosting us and to HonestTea for its donation of drinks. Here are some snapshots taken from Trevor Harrigan. You can see additional photos of the ride and Under Water Festival by Doug Mink on his site.