There are many things going on this time of year.
From Babson’s Energy and Environment Conference, to the Solar Kick Off Event, Walks and a Coyote lecture, there seems to be something for everyone.
Please be sure to check out our Calendar area to see what interests YOU!
Wellesley Green Schools, with support from the Wellesley Police Department, realizes this is a tough time of year to discuss the State of Massachusetts’ no Idling law but there are many reasons TO talk about it.
These include our children, our health, finances, gas consumption, penalties, car maintenance, air pollution, climate change and much more.
Wellesley Green Schools is launching this “Turn Your Key, Be Idle Free” Campaign to educate our community that beyond the State law of not idling, there are millions of reasons why it is important to reduce idling in Wellesley.
Take a look at this and you will be surprised at what you will learn.
We thank the many local public and private organizations that are supporting this initiative. For more information, go to www.WellelseyGreenSchools.com.
More businesses are seeing climate change as an economic threat, while some companies are already planning for carbon pricing policies. Then there’s bad news on the US carbon emissions front — up 2 percent in 2013. Be sure to check out two upcoming Environmental Tax Reform events below.
Massachusetts Carbon Exchange Tax: What Is It? Will It Make a Positive Difference? (Cambridge Friends Meeting)
State Sen. Mike Barrett (D-Lexington), Senate Sponsor of the Environmental Tax Reform bill
Gary Rucinski, Co-Founder and Chairman of Committee for a Green Economy
Sunday, February 2nd 12:30-2:30pm
Cambridge Friends Meeting, 15 Longfellow Park, Cambridge, MA 02138
Sustainable Middlesex Meeting
Mark Sylvia, Commissioner Mass. Department of Energy Resources
State Sen. Mike Barrett
Francis Bigda-Peyton and Lisbeth Bornhofft – How to talk Environmental Tax Reform with your neighbors