Sustainable South Shore
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2013
MEETINGS start at 6:30 p.m.,
at Norwell First Parish Church 24 River St., Norwell, MA
6:30 Networking. Refreshments and conversation
7-9 An important meeting for setting direction
· Share news from South Shore communities and the new 350MA South Shore node
· Hear Updated Bottle Bill progress
· Begin setting goals, including connecting South Shore sustainability activists and officials
· Discuss how we stay in touch and election of officers
Future Meetings: TBA
Last Elections were held in Dec. 2012:
President: Jim Savicki, Duxbury; Vice president: Ben Cowie-Haskell, Marshfield
Secretary Janis Owens, Duxbury; Treasurer: Sharon St.Ours, Norwell
For more info. about the Petitions to Update the Bottle Bill contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Winter SSSh Project:
The SSSh Thermal Imaging Camera, purchased a few years ago with Sustainable Living Expo proceeds, is available for SSSh Town Leaders to borrow and use. To reserve and other details, email Jeanne Carey at firstname.lastname@example.org
Click on Sustainable South Shore Chapters (at left top) for Links for each Sustainable South Shore Town, updated Jan., 2013. Read about what projects each sustainable Town is working on and what each Town has accomplished.
Use the information in your own Towns to help start your:
Solar and Wind projects; Community Gardens; DEP Idle Free Campaign (see link at left); Local Fisheries (SOSSEXI); Farmer's Markets, (see: http://ediblesouthshore.com/farmers-markets/farmers-markets-2013/ for list of Farmer's Markets) and more!!
Featured Websites (click on Links (at left) for more websites)
Solarize Mass - Solar for Your Home or Business
Mass Energy - Energy Efficiency
Global Warming Solutions from Union of Concerned Scientists:
Sustainable South Shore is a multi-town advocacy group (south of Boston, MA) committed to helping area residents conserve energy, protect the environment and live sustainable lives.
Sustainable South Shore engages in:
Research and analysis;
Developing consensus through education, publicity, discussion, and events;
Initiating, supporting, and implementing sustainable projects, including sustainable air, water, energy, and bio-system projects;
Endeavoring to practice principles of global sustainability in our own lives.
We seek common ground, helping people feel deeply connected to Earth, knitting together individuals, families, groups and institutions, and creating the emotional and spiritual support of true human community to achieve sustainability.
2nd ANNUAL SOUTH SHORE CELEBRATION
was held on Saturday, October 6, 2012
No Celebration in 2013; planning for a Celebration in 2014, TBA
Farmer's Market & Local Food; Sustainable Products & Resources;
Workshops and Presentations; Family Entertainment .
A Collaborative Event Sponsored by: