Each year some of the Massachusetts Sierra Club’s nine-member Executive Committee (ExCom) reach the end of their two-year terms. Some decide not to run again, others do. The Chapter uses democracy to hold itself accountable to its membership, so we need good candidates to best represent our members’ interests. This … Continue reading
Award Winning Short Film Screening and Talk: Gwich’in Women Speak
Friday, July 10, 2015 , 6:30 pm, doors open at 6, $7.50/get tickets here.
Theatre 1 @ the Revere Hotel Boston Common, 200 Stuart Street, Boston
See also July/Aug 2015 Sierra Magazine article: The Place Where Life Begins
Film about a Native American Nation trying to protect their sacred land in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. Filmmaker Miho Aida is riding her bike from DC to Bar Harbor showing her film along the route (1,000 miles for 1,000 allies) and will speak after the film.
The Massachusetts Sierra Club is supporting: A walk from the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station to the State House in Boston calling to shut down the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Plant. The march is being organized by March for our Children of the South Shore. The idea was in John Gauley’s (Chef … Continue reading
Action Alert: Tell Governor Baker our children’s future must be invested in wind, solar, energy efficiency and innovation, not more fracked gas pipelines.
Action Alert: Tell Governor Baker we do not agree with his plan to decrease the protections developed in Massachusetts to conform with less restrictive, “one-size-fits-all” federal ones