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You Are Invited: Mass Green Summit on Plastic Disposables
18 communities in Massachusetts have passed ordinances and bylaws regulating plastic bags 10 communities in Massachusetts have passed laws reducing Styrofoam and other forms
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Tomorrow is Solar Lobby Day
When: Thursday February 11, 2016 10:00am – 5:00pm Where: Massachusetts State House 24 Beacon Street Boston, MA Your voice makes
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Feed People. Not Landfills. Food Recovery Happening @ Bates School
Bates School 5th graders take turns serving a five-week term on the student council during which time they collaborate to identify a
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Potential AM Commuter Rail Schedule Changes! And Fee Hikes
Please attend a public meeting TONIGHT to share your comments about the MBTA Commuter Rail schedule changes. Meeting Date February 3,
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Shopping on Amazon? Fund Sustainable Wellesley at the Same Time
  Now when you shop at smile.amazon.com, your purchases will support Sustainable Wellesley  AmazonSmile is a simple and automatic way
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Proposal For A Plastic Check-Out Bags Ban
Public Invited to Share Feedback at a Hearing on Thurs., February 11 keep harmful plastic out of our parks and
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Ask Mayor Walsh to keep standing against the pipeline!
Image of gas leaks in West Roxbury: Gas Safety USA. Courtesy BU professor Nathan Phillips. On Thursday, the Federal Energy
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Temple Beth Elohim Is Composting
Wellesley’s Temple Beth Elohim started composting every Friday night at their Onegs (Friday gatherings) as a way to reduce the
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Town Govt.? Transportation? Plastic Bags? Investing? What Do You Want to Change?
  More than 30 folks celebrated with us earlier this month and got inspired to make some changes. They jumped
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Wellesley Water Supply
News from Friends of Brookside reports that the Wellesley Country Club has applied to build a new 6-hole golf course in
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Current School Facilities Committee Proposal
Wellesley Green Schools and Sustainable Wellesley realize that there are many sustainable and environmental issues that surround the closing and expanding of schools.
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Be A Part of It
Dear Sustainable Wellesley Supporter, We are coming to the end of a year in which we have achieved a great
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Clean Energy

Wellesley residents can buy clean, green, renewable energy through the Town of Wellesley Power to Choose program!

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Join Wellesley Green Schools in a “no idling” pledge! Idling your car is against the law, it burns gas unnecessarily, and it pollutes the air around you!

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Solar Evaluation

Find out if solar is right for you with a free solar evaluation! You can also get an energy audit and more from the Town of Wellesley!

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Be Pesticide Free!

Add your name to the map of Wellesley residents who have gone pesticide-free.

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