Events

  • Saturday, January 27, 2018 at 10:00 AM
    Brigham Hill Community Barn

    1/27 Green MLP Retreat

    PLEASE RSVP BELOW.

    The date has been changed from the previously announced January 20th. 

    We invite you to our second green Municipal Light Pant retreat on January 27th.

    In September, we gathered with over 50 community members from 21 Municipal Light Plant towns to learn about what Municipal Light Plants do, don’t do, and what they could do in terms of leading on clean energy. We learned a lot from our friends at Conservation Law Foundation, light board commissioners, and grassroots activists. Now we are hosting a second meeting of green Muni advocates to continue the collaboration and keep moving towards cleaner, greener energy across the state. We will have updates about statewide policies, grant opportunities, and recent successes in Muni towns.

    Ideally, we want at least two people from each MLP town. So please recommend this event to anyone you think would be a good fit, or send recommended attendees to us and we will reach out to them directly.

    The meeting location: Brigham Hill Community Barn, Grafton, MA 

    The meeting will run from: 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. 

    Our success and productivity will be dependent upon your attendance and involvement. We hope you can join us!

     

    For questions about accessibility or to request accommodations please contact Oriana at orianareilly@massclimateaction.net or 412-735-2436. Two weeks advance notice of need for accommodations is requested.

     

  • Saturday, March 03, 2018 at 09:00 AM
    Northeastern University Curry Student Center

    3/3 LEA Conference

    Our annual conference is on Saturday, March 3rdVisit the conference website to register today and get the early bird discount.

    We are looking forward to bringing hundreds of people together to learn, connect and be inspired on this day of environmental action. We’re excited to amongst others offer you workshops on how to spot your biggest energy saving opportunities, on climate change & food or on net zero communities. We’ll also have sessions for activists who want to learn skills like how to communicate on climate change more effectively or how to have MA lead and seed the soil for upcoming elections in a time where the federal government’s environmental agenda falls short.

    The early bird deadline is February 10th. Register now to reserve your spot!

    We hold this conference every year to discuss new ideas, build skills, and strengthen our movement. Join community leaders, environmental justice and climate advocates and activists from across the region and be inspired for the work ahead. Register today to join us and receive the early bird price.

    I also encourage you to join our event facebook page to stay tuned on everything that will be going on.

    If you're interested in being a co-sponsor, follow the link HERE!

    We look forward to seeing you there!


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