Calls and efforts to mitigate and limit the climate crisis are gaining in intensity worldwide. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has predicted that humans must reduce our carbon emissions 50% by 2030 and 100% by 2050, or face significant climate disruption that may be irreversible.
Young climate activists worldwide have called for global climate strikes and actions during the week of Sept. 20-27.
In response, concerned Holliston residents will draw attention to the climate emergency by posting an art installation on telephone poles along Rte 16. The signs will illustrate the increasing carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere over the last 62 years, and encourage action to protect the climate.
The installation is a project of Upper Charles Climate Action, a local chapter of 350 Mass.
The installation will be available for viewing during a limited time from 9/21 - 9/28. From the westbound, the installation begins at approximately at 439 Washington Street. From the east bound the installation begins at approximately at 1027 Washington Street. For a driving tour and map see: http://bit.ly/62yrsCO2
Call Govener Baker - Say No to the Weymouth Compressor Station
Despite five years of intense local advocacy against the project, construction of the proposed Weymouth Compressor Station appears imminent. FRRACS - Fore River Residents Against the Compressor Station - is now gauging the resolve of allies to further resist this project by asking for action pledges. What would you be willing to do? Please read the pledge and, if you feel moved to act, sign it! Go to nocompressor.org for more information.
Call the Holliston Town Administrator and Select Board to voice support to hire the Sustainability Coordinator.
Read and sign the 350 MA petition for greener, more affordable, reliable, and accessible public transportation.
We aim to help others understand the reality and impact of climate change, to reduce their personal climate impact (“carbon footprint”), and to become effective advocates for a healthy, sustainable climate.
Who we are:
We are concerned citizens of towns in the upper Charles River area*; students, sons, daughters aunts, uncles, parents and grandparents; working and retired. As we share our commitment and support one another’s efforts, we are becoming a team of friends. We welcome as new team members anyone who is eager to work collaboratively for a healthy climate.
*currently Ashland, Holliston, Hopkinton, Milford and Sherborn
- 4th Monday of the month
- 7 pm - 9 pm at the Unitarian Universalist Area Church
- 11 Washington, Sherborn, MA
- Dec (TBD due to Holiday)