Wondering how environmental justice plays a key role in achieving a clean energy future in our commonwealth, and how you can engage with state legislators to create the change we need?

Come to Mass Power Forward’s Legislative Training: Taking Action for Environmental Justice on Thursday, Sept 26, from 7 to 9 pm (refreshments start at 6:30 pm) at the UU Wellesley (309 Washington St, Wellesley 02481).

This training features leaders of the statewide Mass Power Forward climate coalition Laura Wagner of UU Mass Action and Claire Müller of Toxics Action Center. Co-sponsored by the Wellesley Village Church Environmental Ministry and Sustainable Wellesley. Click here to sign up!

The agenda will feature:

  • Brief introduction to the Mass Power Forward coalition
  • Grounding in what environmental justice means and how it is central to the Mass Power Forward legislative agenda
  • Overview and update of current energy legislation and strategy, and how it’s looking
  • Planning our next steps!

Phyllis Theermann

The North 40 is important. 

Learn how forests will determine our future on Monday, June 4th, from 7 pm – 9 pm at the Cary Memorial Library in Lexington — 1874 Mass. Ave in the large meeting room.

Bill Moomaw will be speaking at the GWAC free event that is open to the public.  Moomaw is a Professor Emeritus of International Environmental Policy at Tufts Fletcher School and has a PhD in Physical Chemistry from Massachusetts Institute of Technology.