Phyllis Theermann

– Bill McKibben discusses “What Now? The Climate Fight at a Desperate Moment” on Jan. 17th in Jamaica Plain and on Jan. 18th at The Climate Solutions Speaker Series from 7:30 – 9pm (Doors open at 7) at the First Parish in Concord, 20 Lexington St.

Moms come meet to discuss the climate and our health at a Neighbors United meeting on January 18th from 7:30-9pm. Please email neighborsunited@sfly.com for the address in Wellesley.

“Natural Gas Infrastructure and Public Health: From Local to Global” will take place at the Boston University Photonics Center on Jan. 30th, from 10am – 5pm. Get your free tickets at ngipublichealth.eventbrite.com.

The Friends of the Wellesley Free Library’s Winter Book Sale is happening Feb. 1st – 4th. The sale is open to members on Thursday evening, followed by three days of a public sale of which the last day is a $7 a bag sale. Not a member? Join Thursday evening!

– Former Vice President Al Gore will visit Wellesley College on April 25, 2018, to deliver this year’s Wilson Lecture.

– Sustainable Wellesley’s new Dinner and a Documentary Series on Feb.12,  March 14 and April 11. Register here today!

Please have a look at our Event Calendar because 2018 is already filling up with some fabulous events.

 

Phyllis Theermann

We know this is a busy time of year.
But please take a moment to breath and enjoy the season.

Also, have a look at our Event Calendar because 2018 is already filling up with some fabulous events.

The variety is great. Some highlights are below.

Al Gore comes to Wellesley College!
Conservation Council talk at the Wellesley Rotary Club
Talks about eating locally & seasonally
Sustainable Wellesley party
Documentary and dinner evenings
Wellesley Green Schools summit
RDF’s talk on reducing food waste at the Hills Library
Grow your own garden talk at the Hills Library
Learn about raising backyard chickens
Author of Our Earth, Our Species, Our Selves: How to Thrive While Creating a Sustainable World speaks

Happy Holidays from all of us to all of you.

Phyllis Theermann

Quentin Prideaux, President of Sustainable Wellesley, spoke most recently in Wakefield about the impacts and causes of climate change, the actions we need to take, and what it all means for Massachusetts and the Northeast. You can watch the talk by clicking on the video above.

Quentin will be part of a panel of experts at the conclusion of TCAN’s showing of An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power this Sunday night at 7.30pm.

Grab tickets to learn how close we are to a real energy revolution. Vice President Al Gore continues his tireless fight traveling around the world training an army of climate champions and influencing international climate policy – including Quentin.

Interested in hearing more from Quentin? Having him speak to a group of yours? Contact him at qprideaux@gmail.com.

His talks:

-Share why some have been confused about the science

– Discuss a serious topic, Quentin keeps it positive and lighthearted where possible

– Lead into a question and answer session and/or a workshop where participants can discuss specific actions they will take – according to the wishes of the organizers

– Are informative, intelligent, visually appealing, very lively, smart and funny