JCAN racks up one hundred new followers in Boston.
A climate-appropriate update to a classic song.
A couple dozen activists packed the City Hall hearing room in Boston to oppose a new pipeline that forces the region to face the implications of its commitment to green energy.
Many people think that refugee status is conferred by war or persecution, but natural disasters also create refugees. Recent hurricanes, tropical storms, and vast fires force us to rethink who refugees are and how to handle them from around the world.
Even when dealing with a progressive legislator who knows the facts and figures, we need to increase the pressure to make the climate something they deal with daily.
A series of social media postings designed to get people talking about climate change and forming communities of concerned citizens.
Boston faces a historic moral choice: to increase fossil fuel use, which would lead to the city's destruction as well as problems for life on our planet, or to apply its lofty values to solving the carbon problem. The crux lies with a proposed 5,000-foot gas pipeline extension.
Don't be surprised if the members of your facilities committee are knowledgeable about climate issues--and don't be surprised if they hold strong opinions.
Workshop trains us to determine what motivates us toward positive action, and how to use our time most effectively.
A JCAN supporter in Massachusetts describes the financial aspects of getting an electric or hybrid vehicle, and how to make it work economically in this state.
Rabbi Katy Allen, president pro-tem of the Jewish Climate Action Network in Boston, delivered this d'var on the portion Korach on Friday evening, June 23, 2017 at Temple Tiferet Shalom in Peabody, Massachusetts.
Carbon pricing packed the Gardner Auditorium in the Massachusetts State House on Tuesday. Three bills were discussed.