Simple solutions for a healthier Wellesley.
Sustainable Wellesley is an all-volunteer, nonprofit organization that engages residents, businesses and the Town of Wellesley to take sustainable actions to protect our climate; reduce pollution of air, land and water; preserve biodiversity; minimize waste; and ensure environmental justice.
Nearly 5,000 folks like you engage with each other at events, through our newsletter, and on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to help make Wellesley a more sustainable town. Feel free contact us and share your ideas. Support our mission! - volunteer any of your skills or interests to get more involved.
Sustainable Wellesley is a group of volunteers that encourage the actions required for sustainability in Wellesley and the surrounding area. Our events and campaigns -- from Festivals, movie nights, lectures, workshops, panel discussions, campaigns, outreach and more -- promote learning and encourage action.
Meet our Leadership Team:
Board of Advisors:
Dr. Regina LaRocque
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A Little History
Sustainable Wellesley is a group of volunteers (NOT part of the Town government), founded in 2008 by Scott, under the name of “The Power of One”. Over the years we have grown significantly, changed our name to Sustainable Wellesley, and created dozens of events and campaigns including; Festivals, movie nights, lectures, workshops, panel discussions, campaigns, outreach, and we even took 100 locals to New York to stand for climate action. Sustainable Wellesley is the parent group for Wellesley Green Schools, and very proud to be part of the fabric of this community.