Sustainable South Shore
Sustainable South Shore is a multi-town advocacy group (south of Boston, MA (USA) committed to helping area residents conserve energy, protect the environment and live sustainable lives.
2016 Co-Presidents: Ben Cowie-Haskell, email@example.com;
Judeth Van Hamm, firstname.lastname@example.org;
Secretary: Janis Owens Treasurer: Sharon St.Ours
Check out the SSSh Town Chapters Links (at left).
Learn what each SSSh Town is working on and has accomplished. Use the info. to help start projects in your own Towns. Solar and Wind projects; Community Gardens; DEP Idle Free Campaign (see link at left); Local Fisheries (SOSSEXI); Farmer's Markets, Expos and much more!! Contact Nancy Kramer at email@example.com with any Town Chapter changes or updates.
Facebook: Sustainable South Shore Facebook
Find photos of our trip to the People’s Climate March Fall of 2014 and a great source of climate change info. (Gene Wyatt, volunteer)
CLIMATE CHANGE e-NEWS
Please Note: Current Climate Change daily and monthly e-news information from various sources will not be forwarded as in the past few years. To sign up your own e-mail address to Climate Change News - Click on the websites below and sign up!
Better Future: www.350mass.betterfutureproject.org ~ Clean Technica: www.cleantechnica.com ~ Clean Technica Wind: www.cleantechnica.com/world-wind-power ~ Commonwealth Magazine: www.massinc.com ; www.commonwealthmagazine.org ~ Earth 911: www.earth911.com ~ EcoWatch: www.ecowatch.com ~ Energy Resilience: www.resilience.org ~ Environment Massachusetts: http://www.environmentmassachusetts.org/home ~ Green Energy Times: www.greenenergytimes.net ; http://geoharvey.wordpress.com ~ The Green Life Weekly: www.sierraclub.org ~ Mass Audubon Beacon Hill Roundup: www.massaudubon.org ~ Mother Jones Econundrums: www.motherjones.com ~ Planet Save: www.planetsave.com ~ Think Progress: https://thinkprogress.org/ ~ Union of Concerned Scientists www.ucsusa.org ~ Vote Solar: www.votesolar.org and more to be added! Send in suggestions!
For SSSh Web Site Additions, Updates and Suggestions or to volunteer to help update the SSSh website email firstname.lastname@example.org .
SSSh Current GOALS: 1. Connecting school green teams. 2. Climate strategy on the South Shore. Making the big picture local. 3. Making “sustainable living” a household phrase in your community.
1. School Environmental Clubs Goal: Work with schools to help create a network of school staff, students and communities to inspire each other. Please reach out to the high schools in your community to find school staff who advise environmental clubs and/or work with students on recycling or other environmental issues. E-mail Judeth Van Hamm at email@example.com with names and contact info. for the schools you find that are interested.
2. NEW Sustainable South Shore Towns: If you are just starting to network with other people in your community or are regrouping, let us know whom you have found to work with. The goal is to have at least two or three people working together in each S. Shore community. Judeth will help you connect with people in your community. Contact Judeth Van Hamm at: firstname.lastname@example.org
3. Make "Sustainable Living" a Household Word Add your e-address to Judeth's SSSh e-list: email@example.com .
Other Featured Websites (click on Links - at left - for more websites)
To add more websites (or delete old ones), contact firstname.lastname@example.org
South Shore Seafood Exchange: 2016 Season http:www.sossexi.org Sign up now to reserve Fish Shares
Solarize Mass: Solar for Your Home or Business
Mass Energy: http://www.massenergy.org/energy-efficiency
GreenCommunities: http://www.mass.gov/eea/docs/doer/green-communities/grant-program/map-summary-green-communities.pdf .
Some Past Projects and Meetings:
Winter 2016 Meeting, 2/29/16: at Hingham High School. Thank you to Hingham High Vice Principal Rick Swanson for hosting and to Hull High science teacher Sheila Blair for helping. A Tour of the greenhouse, recycling and compost operations began the Meeting. Other Schools were invited to participate.
Summer 2015 Meeting, 8/24/15: Thank you to Mary O'Donnell and everyone involved with the Meeting at Greenway Farm, Kingston, MA. For more information see: www.greenway-farm.com and www.nofossilfuel.com .
Annual Winter SSSh Project: The SSSh Thermal Imaging Camera, purchased a few years ago with Sustainable Living Expo (Hull) proceeds, is available for SSSh Town Chapter Leaders to borrow and use. To reserve/ details, email Judeth Van Hamm at email@example.com .
Click on the Expo links (at left) for info. on the past annual 2004 - 2012 Sustainable Living Expos, held in Hull, MA to get ideas about how to plan and organize a similar event in your own Towns or contact Organizer, Nancy Kramer at firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
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 was started in 2004 in Hull, MA and engages in: > Creating a vision of a sustainable-community; 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.