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Boston Climate March 

11 am., Sunday, November 29

The March starts at 11 a.m. on the plaza in front of Au Bon Pain across from the Harvard Square T stop.  We will walk 3.4 miles down Mass Ave., across the Longfellow Bridge, then along Charles Street and the Boston Common to the State House.

Sign up at:  https://secure.avaaz.org/en/event/globalclimatemarch/Peoples_Climate_March_Boston_1

More info.from Judeth Van Hamm SSSh group e-mail: Between the two sign up sites:350.org sign up site http://act.350.org/event/global-climate-march_attend/11597 and the link (above), there are 184 people signed up for the Boston Climate March as of midday on Sat., Nov. 21. See the marches happening all over the US and the world by zooming out on  https://secure.avaaz.org/en/event/globalclimatemarch

Judeth will bring the Sustainable South Shore banner and a dozen red balloons to put on newspaper poles like we did in New York.  If you have a balloon, please bring it.

350.org Building a Global Climate Movement.

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Care for Our Common Home  

During the week of Sept. 21-28, 2015 when Pope Francis visits America, several groups of activitists and members of local churches will be fasting in solidarity with the Pope's Encyclical Laudate Si' - On Care for Our Common Home. A daily action will take place at the Fore River Bridge - Weymouth side from 7-9 AM and again from 4-6 PM. 

We must take collective action now on Climate Change. The groups are demanding that F.E.R.C., Federal Energy Regulatory Commission:

  • Issue no new fossil fuel permits to the Oil and Gas Industry
  • No Compression Station in Weymouth, MA
  • Renewable Energy now!
http://www.madownwinders.org/occupy-hingham/ 

Other SSSh Events

see Sustainable South Shore Chapters Links

 
 

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www.350.org 2009

 

Thank you to all of you who helped send these great photos through www.350.org to the UN Conference on Climate Change
in Copenhagen in December, 2009.  The 350 photos from 5200+
places around the globe are what peace looks like!  

 

 
            
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Many people from Plymouth to Weymouth met at World’s End in 
Hingham. MA and sent this photo.  Selectmen from Hull and
Cohasset spoke to the gathering.   Thank you to The Trustees
of Reservations for sponsoring the event and arranging for
a professional photographer.
 
          
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
People from all over the South Shore gathered at the Celebration
of Earth concert at Old Ship Church in Hingham, MA to send this photo.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
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