April 2019
  • Brookline Greenspace Annual Meeting Download as iCal file


    Tuesday, 23 April 2019 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

    Brookline GreenSpace Alliance Annual Meeting: New Garden and Pending Pollinator Legislation

    Guest speaker: Elisabeth Bertolozzi, President Fenway Garden Society

    Did you know that many scientists think that the best way to help the migration process for Monarch Butterflies is by creating habitats for them in urban settings? Well…that’s exactly what community gardeners did over at the Fenway Victory Gardens* with the addition of their new Butterfly/Pollinator Garden! Also, there are two bills in the Massachusetts legislature this session that will help protect pollinators. Learn what we can do to help them pass.

    6 pm greeting. 6:30 - 7:30 pm business meeting and speaker.

    RSVP: info@brooklinegreenspace.org

    *The Fenway Garden Society works to maintain and encourage urban gardening in the Victory Gardens for the benefit of all the people of the city of Boston, providing a chance to work outdoors, enjoy green space, and work with nature, as well as cooperate with the Boston Parks Department and other related government agencies, community groups, and urban gardeners in preserving, maintaining and beautifying city park areas and other green spaces.

  • Brookline Community Climate Discussion Download as iCal file


    Wednesday, 24 April 2019 8:30 am - 10:00 pm

    Do you worry about climate change? Find hope through action with us. We are a group of mothers working for climate action in Brookline and beyond.  Join us for an open discussion about our work and what we can accomplish in our homes, our town and our state.

    Contact Deane Coady for more information: info.ma.brookline@mothersoutfront.org

    Oranized by Mothers Out Front. 

  • Film Night: Current Revolution Download as iCal file


    Thursday, 25 April 2019 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

    For decades the utilities industry has been a driving engine of the U.S. economy, contributing significantly to our progress and standard of living, with a business model that focused on centralized generation. Today, however, in the face of a crisis that requires capturing new market share, the industry has its sights on the transportation sector. This shift could catalyze the electric vehicle industry but also sets it on a collision course with major petroleum interests. This new film by the American Resilience Project, along with associated media, educational materials, and an advocacy campaign, tackles the challenge of modernizing the power grid. Through interviews, observational, and archival footage with top executives, military personnel, utilities workers, and elected officials, the film tells the story of a towering American industry on the brink of massive change. Whether it fails, prevails, or adapts, the outcome will profoundly affect us all.

  • Local Environmental Action 2019 Download as iCal file


    Saturday, 27 April 2019 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

    Bringing together community leaders, environmental justice advocates and activists from across the region to build skills, discuss new ideas, and be inspired for the work ahead. ​

    Register today!

    This is a fragrance free event.​Thanks for bringing your own water bottle and coffee mug.

    Have questions about the event? Email us at info@toxicsaction.org.

  • MCAN Meeting Download as iCal file


    Saturday, 27 April 2019 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

    Local Environmental Action

    Massachusetts Climate Action Network (MCAN) is excited to announce its annual Local Environmental Action conference this year will be on Saturday, April 27 in Worcester, MA.

May 2019