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    Go to Get Involved to find out more


  • LOCAL EVENTS:


  • Sustainable Concord Coffee:
    Powering Down: Student Engagement in
    K-12 Schools, with Kate Crosby
    Harvey Wheeler Community Center,
    West Concord
  • Tuesday, June 28, 7:30 - 9 AM

  • 350MA.org Benefit Concert
    Playing for the Planet-
    A concert of World Music -
    to fight global climate change.
    For more information: call 781-396-0734,
     or click here - Warren Senders
    The Community Church Of Boston,
    565 Boylston Street (Copley Square), Boston Saturday, June 4, 7:00 PM

  • Climate Justice Film Series
    Oil and Water,
    Flint Hall, St Annes in the Fields, 147 Concord Road, Lincoln
    Tuesday, June 28, 6:30 PM


  • SAVE THE DATE
    Concord Farm and Garden Fair ,
    See a local food system in action! Many activities in and around town.
    For more information: Concord Food
    To volunteer click here.
    September 10 - 11


  • REGIONAL EVENTS :


  • Metrowest Node of 350 MA
    First Baptist Church
    22 Mechanic Street, Marlboro
    Thursday, June 2, 7:00 - 9:00 PM

  • Ozone and Climate Meeting
    A panel of distinguished of meteorologists, oceanographers and climatologists will speak. MIT, Edwin R. Gilliland Auditorium, Room 66-110
    For more information - June Meeting
    or email John Marshall
    Tuesday, June 7 and 8, 8:30 AM - 8:30 PM

  • Massachusetts
    Clean Energy Center

    Presents the following workshops and conferences:

    Boston National Community
    Solar Partnership Regional Workshop

    EPA Region 1 Headquarters 5 Post Office Square Suite 100 Boston
    Thursday June 9, 8:30 - 4:30 PM

  • Keeping the Lights on with
    Clean, Green Energy

    Brown Rudnick Offices
    One Financial Center Boston,
    Thursday June 9, NOON - 2:00 PM

    Technology for Sustainable Agriculture - Feeding a Growing Population
    TechSandBox, Inc. 105B South Street, Hopkinton
    Thursday, June 9, 5:30 - 8:30 PM

  • Mass Clean Energy Center
    Performing Resilience: How to Get It Done
    50 Milk St 17th Floor, Milky Way Conference Room, Boston
    Tuesday, June 14,
    8:30 AM - 10:30 AM
  • Massachusetts Petitions to Sign
    To Speaker Deleo -
    GET SOLAR BACK ON TRACK
    To Governor Baker
    - MORE CLEAN ENERGY
    For the text of these petitions and
    the links to sign them go to
    the Get Involved page.

What's Happening


Sustainable Concord Coffee

Powering Down: Student Engagement in K-12 Schools, with Kate Crosby

Tuesday, June 28, 7:30 - 9 AM Harvey Wheeler Community Center, Clock Tower Room, West Concord

In May, 2012 the Acton-Boxborough Regional High School (ABRHS) was awarded the prestigious Eco-Schools USA Green Flag award, in recognition of the school’s outstanding sustainability achievements and an unusual level of student leadership and engagement that made this happen. ABRHS was the second school system in Massachusetts and the fourth in the nation to be honored in this way.

This month’s speaker, Kate Crosby, is the Energy Manager for the ABRHS. In that capacity she facilitates a variety of energy and sustainability initiatives, including a focus on behavior-based energy conservation. She was instrumental in creating and implementing the school system’s award-winning energy conservation program. She is also the lead author of “Powering Down: A Toolkit for Behavior-Based Energy Conservation in K-12 Schools,” a white paper that documents successful behavior-based programs in five K-12 schools across the country. She has a Master’s Degree in Resource Management and Conservation from Antioch University New England.

Come learn how a school system can go beyond having “green” features in their facilities to having a thoroughly committed top-down sustainability policy and practice, with significant engagement of both school staff and the student body.

As usual, come right at 7:30 AM to enjoy our delicious hot beverages and local breakfast goodies, and to connect with other sustainability advocates. The event is free and open to the public. You can expect a lively dialogue after the presentation.


Sustainable Arlington

PLAYING FOR THE PLANET 350ma Benefit Concert

Tuesday, June 4, 7:00 PM
The Community Church Of Boston, 565 Boylston Street,
(Copley Square), Boston

Playing for the Planet, World Music Concert

On Saturday, June 4, the thirteenth “Playing For The Planet” benefit concert will showcase master musicians from three different musical traditions, with all proceeds going to benefit the environmental advocacy group 350MA.org. The performers include music of the Middle East and North Africa, from master violinist Beth Bahia Cohen, the enthralling Carnatic (South Indian) vocal music of Aparna Balaji, and exquisite re-imagings of world folk song from Voci Angelica Trio.

Admission is $20; $15 students and seniors. For information, please call 781-396-0734, or visit the event website at Warren Senders.


St Anne’s-in-the-Fields Episcopal Church
Climate Justice Film Series

Oil and Water

Tuesday, June 28, 6:30 PM
St. Anne’s-in-the Fields Church 147 Concord Road, Lincoln  

Oil and Water, the movie"Oil and Water offers no easy solutions to the problems of oil contamination and the presence of the oil industry in the Ecuadorian Amazon. Instead, this documentary searches for answers through the lives, pressures and actions of two young men, who are growing up with a heavy burden of decision: to negotiate, to regulate or to resist the oil companies. Watch it, and ask yourself: how could I resolve the ongoing injuries of oil? Then remember that these two young men are working and studying to be the leaders that they want to be--in order to solve the harms of an industry, or ills that were not created by them and in many cases that predate them." Patricia Widener, Associate Professor of Sociology, Florida Atlantic University, Author, Oil Injustice: Resisting and Conceding a Pipeline in Ecuador

"This film offers a compelling narrative of the unique social, cultural, and activism experiments of two young men whose political commitments are entangled with the complex and dangerous system of oil production in Ecuador...[This is] a sophisticated argument about why such struggles matter and why their stories should be shared. In the words of David Poritz, the experiments of the Cofán and Equitable Origins have been launched to address a very real issue: the 'indirect genocide' of oil. The question is no longer whether it is possible to talk about sustainable oil; the question is how to make it a reality." Gabriela Valdivia, Assistant Professor of Geography, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill

This film series is free and open to the public


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