Action Week 26: Rep. Story Lead Us to a Clean Future

It’s week 26 of our 40-week count down to the UN Climate Summit in Paris.

Today’s Monday Action:
Urge Your State Representative to Be Bold in Combating Climate Change.

Our numbers are growing! – Mothers, fathers, aunts, uncles, grandparents, sisters, sons and daughters are all demanding a safe future NOW. We are pulling the emergency brake on carbon pollution and the tide is turning toward renewable energy.

The Monday Action Recipe:

Monday Actions start out with a general header: “I am urgently concerned about climate change.” This is the core message we want to bring home. It’s straightforward and big-picture, something that all US voters anywhere can vocalize to their elected representatives. You can therefore share Monday Actions broadly! This chorus is growing, and quickly.

In addition to this repeated declaration you’ll see we craft something specific and local for “spice”.

THIS WEEK’S ACTION:

Find your personal State Legislators here.  (If your representative is Ellen Story, check out the letter to her sampled below.)

Tell your State Representative, (sample call or cut-and-paste email)

Dear Representative ___________________:
 
I am urgently concerned about climate change.  [you can “spice up” this message yourself by adding how it touches you personally, or by mentioning specific issues that are important to you.] This is the defining issue on which future generations will judge us. Therefore I urge you to be bold in fighting for real solutions to stop climate change. We look to you for your leadership.

Sincerely,
YOUR NAME
YOUR TOWN AND STATE
With Mothers Out Front
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Well done! See you next week.
And remember, friends don’t let friends Ignore climate change. Forward Monday Actions today!
(If you wish, check out the additional, in-person actions listed after the sample letter to Ellen Story below.)
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If Ellen Story is your representative, you might like to share the following text, created by a small team of mothers in her Western Massachusetts district.

Subject: Be Bold On Climate! 
Oppose the Pipelines, Raise Solar Caps, Promote Renewable Energy and Storage.

Dear Representative Story,

I am urgently concerned about climate change. This is the defining issue on which future generations will judge us. Therefore I urge you to be bold in fighting for real solutions to stop climate change. We look to you for your leadership.

Thank you for working so boldly to oppose the proposed MA pipeline! I applaud you for doing so by recently joining anti-pipeline groups seeking legal status to intervene in the request by Berkshire Gas Co. to become a customer of the planned Tennessee Gas Pipeline project. Please stay on top of that!

Thank you also for supporting lifting caps on solar electricity. I was shocked but not surprised to learn that our unfortunately for-profit electric utilities (Eversource, NStar, National Grid etc.) want to stall lifting the cap on large solar power incentives. This certainly strangles the vibrant local solar industry and our ability to halt the increased use of “natural” gas.

I also look to you to seize and promote the new development in energy storage announced by Tesla recently: Now that storage has been solved, there should be no impediment to a green energy future. The question is not whether we will switch to clean energy sources, but how quickly.

Sincerely,

YOUR NAME
YOUR TOWN AND STATE
With Mothers Out Front
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Representative Ellen Story can be reached at:
The State House:
    Room 277
    Boston, MA 02133
    Phone: 617-722-2012
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Still here? Are you looking for an in-person action? Here are two:

1) Ask 5 people to join you in doing Monday Actions. Get them ready to start on Monday, June 15, when the next 8-week Monday Action cycle begins with another message to President Obama. If they have questions, you may find the FAQ useful. You will have made a Monday Action Circle!

To see how easy it is to lead a circle, you are cordially invited to an hour-long conference call where Monday Action Circle leaders can share ideas. To join that call, just dial 605-475-3220 from your phone and enter ID 555127# on June 7 at 7pm.

2) Mark your calendar for Thursday June 11, where you can personally tell the Department of Public Utilities to stop the proposed MA pipeline: You are invited to attend the DPU hearing 7-9pm at the Greenfield Middle School (195 Federal St., Greenfield, MA.)

Visit our Mothers Out Front webpage for details about other ways to join us in person and online!

In collaboration,
The Pioneer Valley Community Organizing Team

Mothers Out Front – Pioneer Valley
http://www.mothersoutfront.org/amherst_community_team

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Action Week 27: Senator Rosenberg wants us at the June 11 DPU Hearing!

It’s week 27 of our 40-week count down to the UN Climate Summit in Paris
Today’s Monday Action:
Contact Your State Senator to Oppose New Fossil Fuel Infrastructure.


A Few Hours a Year is Why We “Need” a New Pipeline? No thanks.

Find Your State Senator:
Not in Massachusetts? Look up your legislator here.
Look up MA state senators and representatives here
For finding what parts of what counties are in Stan Rosenberg’s district, use this map.

Stan Rosenberg
Call his Northampton office:  413-584-1649 or Boston office: (617) 722-1500
and/or

Here’s your proposed message:
WARNING: Feeling civically fit? Gird your eyeballs, you are deep into how things work here: This is how we are going to stop the pipeline, by staying on top of this–

Dear Senator,
I am urgently concerned about climate change. This is the defining issue on which future generations will judge us. We need you to be bold in fighting for solutions including preventing new fossil-fuel infrastructure, such as the proposed natural gas pipelines.

Senator Rosenberg I thank you therefore for arranging a hearing with the Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities (DPU) on Thursday, June 11th at 7pm in Greenfield where I will have the opportunity to tell the DPU my objections:

I am aware that the Department of Energy Resources (DOER) filed a petition with the Department of Public Utilities (DPU) requesting that the DOER open an investigation into the means by which new natural gas delivery capacity may be added to the New England market.

The Department docketed DOER’s Petition as D.P.U. 15-37 is based on a premise that expansion of natural gas capacity is necessary. Yet constraints on natural gas occur only during times of peak demand (just a few hours on the few coldest days of the year). On top of it all, the for-profit utilities forcing rate payers like myself to pay for this unneeded expansion is unjust.

Berkshire Gas’s moratorium on gas lines for new homes and new businesses hurts real estate values in our area. I believe it’s artificial and undue pressure, like the electric companies’ rate hikes, to put pressure on our officials like you to support the pipeline.

Let’s turn the tables and call a moratorium on all new gas infrastructure. Let’s require that utility companies apply money to energy conservation and renewables instead of spending it on buying fracked gas!

For the hearing please also invite a local academic, advocate or legislator such as State Representative Stephen Kulik, State Senator Ben Downing, or Hampshire College professor Michael Klare to speak about alternatives to the pipeline and ask pointed questions of DPU about Berkshire Gas’s application to buy fracked gas from Kinder Morgan. Thank you.

Sincerely,
[YOUR NAME ]
[YOUR TOWN], MA

With Mothers Out Front, Pioneer Valley
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Background to the DPU hearing:

  • Massachusetts Senate President Stanley Rosenberg, D-Amherst, has asked the Department of Public Utilities (DPU) to schedule a public hearing in the western part of the state on a proposed pipeline capacity deal between Berkshire Gas and the Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company.
  • DPU is gathering testimony as it considers whether the contract is in the public interest. The contract needs DPU approval to go through.
  • Berkshire Gas earlier this year imposed a moratorium on new customers or expanded service in the region, citing a “pipeline bottleneck.”
  • Filings on the proposed firm transportation contract between Berkshire Gas and the Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company may be viewed and downloaded at the DPU website under docket number 15-37.
  • Rosenberg has not taken a firm position on the Kinder Morgan pipeline…

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Want to do something in person about the above?
You are invited to attend the DPU hearing Thurs. 6/11 7-9pm at the Greenfield Middle School (195 Federal St.)

Want to do more online? This counts for a lot! Please share it broadly:
E-mail your comments about the DPU Docket #15-37, which could make electric ratepayers pay for pipeline expansion (due by June 15th)

Sample script:

To the Department of Public Utilities:
I am aware that the Department of Energy Resources (DOER) filed a petition with the Department of Public Utilities (“Department”) requesting that the Department open an investigation into the means by which new natural gas delivery capacity may be added to the New England market, including actions to be taken by the Massachusetts electric distribution companies (“EDCs”) (“Petition”).

The Department docketed DOER’s Petition as D.P.U. 15-37 is based on a premise that expansion of natural gas capacity is necessary. Yet constraints on natural gas occur only during times of peak demand (just a few hours on the few coldest days of the year).  On top of it all, forcing rate payers like myself to pay for this unneeded expansion is unjust.

This docket does not discuss any alternatives to solving peak demand problems through further implementation of energy efficiency programs, use of clean energy solutions or alternative gas-based solutions such as LNG storage for peak demand.

Sincerely,
YOUR NAME
From Mothers Out Front, Pioneer Valley

E-mail these comments to: dpu.efiling@state.ma.us
And cc these folks:  
laurie.e.weisman@state.ma.usjavery@pierceatwood.commatthew.saunders@state.ma.usStan.Rosenberg@masenate.govEllen.Story@mahouse.govkeith.barnicle@mail.house.gov

FYI, the above emails point to:
Laurie Ellen Weisman, Hearing Officer, Department of Public Utilities
Matthew Saunders, Assistant Attorney General
Stan Rosenberg, MA Senator
Ellen Story, State Rep for Hampshire
Keith Barnicle who will forward this to Jim McGovern, Congressman
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Thank you for all you do!

Your Pioneer Valley Community Organizing Team
Visit our Mothers Out Front webpage for details about ways to join us in person and online!

 

Action Week 28: Senator Markey, Please Weigh In

Thank you to everyone doing these “5 minute or less” Monday Actions! We’re in week 28 of our 40-week count down on the Road to Paris (UN Climate Summit).

Our chorus grows louder every week thanks to YOU (and your friends – ask someone today to join you!)

This Week’s Monday Action:
Tell Your Senator to Be Bold On Climate Issues:

Live in MA? Ask Senator Ed Markey About Natural Gas…

Call his office:  617-565-8519  and/or
Email his office: Contact

Are you writing from another state other than Massachusetts? Look up your senator’s contact here

Here’s a sample email or phone script:

Dear Senator,
I am deeply concerned about climate change. This is the defining issue on which future generations will judge us. Therefore I urge you to be bold in fighting for real solutions to stop climate change. We look to you for your leadership.

~ Your Name
With Mothers Out Front- Mobilizing for a Livable Climate
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Thank you! See you next week.
Please share this with friends in other states. They can look up their senators’ contact here.

You can comment about your experience with these Actions on the Pioneer Valley MOF blog, where you can review all the actions to date as well.

Looking for more details to communicate to Senator Markey?
You might also say and/or write:

Thank you very much for your vote against the Trans-Pacific Partnership or TPP last week. I would like to know what your #1 concern is about TPP! For instance, are you concerned, like I am, about the complete destruction of our constitutional integrity and the potential damages to our state’s natural resources if TPP were passed?

Thank you also for your April 22 Earth Day email: It’s time to stem the tide on Climate Change. I missed seeing “Natural Gas” as one of the trouble industries you called out…

Here in the Commonwealth we are feeling the threat of the Natural Gas industry through the proposed pipeline. There are many similarities with the XL Keystone which you have so staunchly opposed. Please assure me that you will continue to fight this industry also. Thank you for all you do.

We need you to be bold and visionary in fighting this threat to the common good. 

~ Your Name
With Mothers Out Front- Mobilizing for a Livable Climate

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Thank you for all you do!
You are part of a rapidly expanding movement in a race to save today’s children’s futures. Do you know about Climate Action Now yet? Here’s the most recent weekly newsletter.

P.S.  Reports from 350.org relate that a trade agreement such as “the TPP would eliminate environmental reviews of fracked liquid natural gas export facilities, which could be used to move half of the gas drilled in the US overseas. These massive, multibillion dollar fossil fuel projects would make fracking companies a fortune — and be completely exempt from federal environmental review.” This must be prevented. Here is 350.org‘s petition to Congress for you.

Onward!
Sincerely yours,
The Pioneer Valley Community Organizing Team

 

Action Week 29: Make the Switch

It’s week 29 of our 40-week count down on the Road to Paris (UN Climate Summit)Take 5-minutes to tell your U.S. Representative that Climate Change is the burning issue of our time:

If you live in Hampshire, Franklin, or Worcester county, call Jim McGovern’s office in Northampton: 413-341-8700
or his Washington DC office: (202) 225-6101
and/or Email his office: Contact
Here is a map of Congressman McGovern’s districts
To personalize for a different MA congressperson or a different state, explore votesmart.org
Enter your zip code and search for your representatives’ contact information under the  “BIO” folder.

Your optional copy-and-paste text:

Dear Congressman McGovern,

I am urgently concerned about climate change. This is the defining issue on which future generations will judge us. Therefore I urge you to be bold in fighting for real solutions to stop climate change. We look to you for your leadership.

Would you consider switching to clean energy in your own home through Mass Energy? Such high-profile leadership will inspire others to do the same. We support Mass Energy because they are local, offer MA-based renewable infrastructure and fund it, and they are a non-profit so the added differential is tax deductible.

Sincerely,
(YOUR NAME!)
With Mothers Out Front- Mobilizing for a Livable Climate
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Mentioning your affiliation with Mothers Out Front is of course optional. Visit our Mothers Out Front webpage for details about ways to join us in person and online.

Thank you for all you do!
~ Your Pioneer Valley Community Organizing Team
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Add spice to your message:
• Ask your Congressperson: “What are your official positions on 1) the solar cap and 2) a Fair Price On Carbon? Also, how can you effect Congress on these issues?”
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“Under state law, utilities can only hook up so many solar energy projects to their systems under the so-called “net metering” cap [set at just 2% of each municipality’s total energy consumption!] which limits the amount of excess power utilities have to buy back from solar installations. In the part of the state served by National Grid, that limit may be hit today or tomorrow, which would force companies in the solar industry to rapidly readjust.”A Fair Price on Carbon Details:
At its most basic, carbon pricing addresses the climate crisis by penalizing polluters for the carbon dioxide emissions that they pour into the atmosphere. Better Future Project, 350 MA, Climate XChange, Clean Water Action, the Environmental League of Massachusetts, and others are working to pass a carbon pricing bill in Massachusetts.

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•  Tell your Representatives about an alarming milestone:

“I was deeply alarmed to read this week that the global concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere – the primary driver of recent climate change – has reached 400 parts per million (ppm) for the first time in recorded history, according to data from the Mauna Loa Observatory in Hawaii. The time for bold action is NOW.”
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Wait, you want to do even more?!

If you haven’t done so already, would you consider switching to clean energy in your own home through Mass Energy? We support Mass Energy because they are local, offer MA-based renewable infrastructure (and fund it), and they are a non-profit (so the added differential is tax deductible). Details here.

Consider doing this “switch” even if you rent, or are one of the people on the vanguard who have put solar on your roof, geothermal heat and other new technologies in your home, and call MassSave every chance you get to take advantage of their conservation subsidies available to all utility customers to the tune $2000 per cycle.

Every customer who chooses renewable energy sources is helping to protect the next generation. Those are the people probably looking up at you from about waist-height these days. Thank you for taking matters into your own hands! Your help makes all the difference. Amplify your power:

Forward this email to a friend today (an tell them how good it felt to switch!!

Mothers Out Front – Pioneer Valley
http://www.mothersoutfront.org/

 

Action Week 30: No Tariff. No Pipeline

Monday Action Week 30:  Contact Governor Baker
Choose the core action, or bring the heat with the second, time sensitive message: 

Core message:
“Dear Governor,

I am urgently concerned about climate change. Climate Change is the defining issue on which future generations will judge us. Therefore I urge you to be bold in fighting for real solutions to stop climate change. We look to you for your leadership.”

Time sensitive:
Take 5 minutes to contact Governor Baker’s office and demand that he not allow Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities (DPU) regulation changes that would allow electric utilities to contract directly with gas pipeline companies to buy gas to generate electricity.

Call or write Governor Baker right away. Deadline for comments are Tuesday May 5th!

Your script:
“My name is (name) from (city/town). I am with Mothers Out Front.

Please tell the Governor he must not allow Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities (DPU) regulation changes that would allow electric utilities to contract directly with gas pipeline companies, such as Kinder Morgan and Spectra, to buy gas to generate electricity.

These pipelines are not welcome – we can and must get our electricity from renewables or from existing infrastructure and easy to implement conservation initiatives. The evidence is clear that such pipeline projects endanger our health, safety and the climate. They can explode, leak, and emit harmful greenhouse gas.

I make every effort to reduce my carbon footprint and look to my state leadership to do the same. Thank you.

Sincerely,

With Mothers Out Front- Mobilizing for a Livable Climate

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Contact:
Phone
: 617.725.4005
888.870.7770 (in state)
Fax: 617.727.9725
TTY: 617.727.3666

Email form on this Contact Page:
http://www.mass.gov/governor/constituent-services/contact-governor-office/

Letters:
Boston Office
Massachusetts State House
Office of the Governor
Room 280
Boston, MA 02133

Looking to personalize this for a different state?
You can look up your representative here:
Search under zip and them find contact info under the BIO folder
http://votesmart.org/
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THANK YOU so much for reaching out! Whether or not you voted for the governor, he works for you. Emails, letters, calls- all count equally to elected officials. What counts is your voice: Aides tally up issues and zip codes and report to the governor what voters are saying.
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Do you have a moment to do more?

We also say “No Tariff for Pipelines.” Besides not wanting the pipelines, now we electricity users may be asked to pay for the construction of privately owned, for-profit, gas pipelines.

Sample Script:
“My name is (name) from (city/town). I am with Mothers Out Front.

I understand that the governor will soon meet with other New England governors about the gas pipeline tariff. Please let Governor Baker know that:

1.     I do not want the gas pipelines and do not want to pay a tariff to support them.
2.     I object to being asked to subsidize these obsolete & dangerous projects with my hard-earned dollars.
3.     I hope we can rely on Governor Baker to protect our Commonwealth.

Thank you.”

Extra Credit:
E-mail your comments to the hearing officer at: laurie.e.weisman@state.ma.us
We also highly recommend cc-ing: Attorney General’s office at matthew.saunders@state.ma.us

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Extra Extra Credit
If you like to go straight to the heart of the matter and aren’t put off by the word “docket”…
Get the details through the stunningly organized: NoFrackedGasInMass about contacting the DPU yourself.
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Thank you for doing Monday Actions! You are the change we need to see in the world.

It’s exciting to hear more and more voices raised to protect our collective future.
You are putting us back on track. Please invite your people to join you in Monday Actions!

Onward–
Your Pioneer Valley Community Organizing Team
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Read about our Monday Actions strategy HERE

 

Action Week 31: Senator Warren Opposes TPP

Week 31 Monday Action:
Take 5-minutes to intensify Senator Warren’s
Mandate From Us to Be Bold on Climate

Your optional copy-and-paste text:

Dear Senator,
I am urgently concerned about climate change.

This is the defining issue on which future generations will judge us.

Therefore I urge you to be bold in fighting for real solutions to stop climate change. We look to you for your leadership.

Sincerely,

With Mothers Out Front- Mobilizing for a Livable Climate

Contact Info:
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Email:
  http://my.elizabethwarren.com/page/s/contact

Letter:
Boston Office
2400 JFK Federal Building
15 New Sudbury Street
Boston, MA 02203

Phone: (617) 565-3170

Looking to personalize this for a different state?
You can look up your representative here:
Search under zip and them find contact info under the BIO folder – http://votesmart.org/

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Thank you! See you next Monday!
Think about who might join you in these Actions, and forward them this email today.
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Looking for more spice for you message?
How about this:

–I demand more support for renewable energy sources and bolder energy efficiency measures. I oppose new fossil fuel infrastructure such as the proposed Keystone and Kinder-Morgan pipelines. Natural gas is not acceptable as a transition fuel. Reports released every week about man-made disasters (like this week’s earthquakes in Oklahoma caused by fracking) are very alarming to me.

–I have switched my household electricity to renewable energy through the non-profit MassEnergy, which provides locally sourced, renewable energy to New England households.

–Thank you for coming out so strongly against the TPP. Such a trade agreement poses a disastrous threat to our climate. Therefore I just signed your petition to our trade officials to vote NO on fast-tracking trade until the TPP agreement is made public.

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Curious about switching
 your electricity to clean green without changing your provider or cutting down a single tree? Renters can too! Get in touch with your Pioneer Valley Community Organizing Team COT! We’ve all switched and are happy to share our experiences.

Why the TPP is unconstitutional and must be prevented: An informative link from financial expert Ellen Brown about the specific implications of TPP and what makes it unconstitutional.

Thank you for doing Monday Actions.
Your work is already causing waves.

For more information about this 40-week Monday Action campaign on the “road to Paris” click HERE

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Onward!
Your Pioneer Valley Community Organizing Team

 

Action Week 32: Tell Obama NO Fast Track

Happy Monday Action.

Today we are knocking on President Obama’s door again as part of our five, 8-week cycles to Paris. This is for a total of 40 weeks of Actions. So this is the first action of the second “round” as it were. If you are just joining us – Welcome! There are more of us come knocking every cycle…

Here’s a sample text for your 5-minute Action this time:
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Dear Mr. President,

I am urgently concerned about climate change. We deserve a fossil fuel free future for our energy needs.

I therefore urge you to direct your Paris delegates to be bold on our behalf this November at the UN Climate Talks.

As a member of Mothers Out Front, I am part of a growing movement united in our desire for vibrant and rich future for future generations. Thank you for doing your part to make it so.

I vote.

Sincerely,

(YOUR NAME!)
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Here’s what you need to make that contact:

Phone Comments: 202-456-1111
Switchboard: 202-456-1414

Email contact form:  http://www.whitehouse.gov/contact/submit-questions-and-comments

Or write a letter if you’d find that more convenient:

The White House
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20500

They all count!
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That’s it! Bye.
Thank you for being on this journey with us. You are part of the solution.
See you next Monday!
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Wait, you’re still here?
So that took you less than 5 minutes? You want more?

Here’s a Fun Fact: Did you know your elected officials get a tally of contacts like the one you just made? Senator Markey’s aide recently told us that they tally only issues and addresses and pass those numbers on to the Senator once a week. And that MA State Representative Peter Kocut said “6 calls from my constituents on one issue represents a mandate.”

So please never be afraid to cut and paste, call, or if it makes you feel better, to pour your heart out in email or letters and share your solutions. Your voice gets counted the same in each case.

Still here?
Are you looking for a sample letter to find inspiration from?
Meet two Community Organizing Team (COT) members, Madeleine Charney and Karen Ribeiro:
Madeleine is your COT House Party Coordinator, and here is her note to President Obama:

Dear Mr. President,

I am urgently concerned about climate change. We deserve a fossil fuel free future for our energy needs. Your administration recently announced the US targets for emissions cuts, sent to the UN for the Paris 2015 COP meetings of 26-28% below 2005 levels by 2025.

I say that is not bold enough. Ask us to conserve energy as if we were in the fight of our lives, and you could get that number in a month.

You haven’t asked us to! Ask us!

Sincerely,
Madeleine Charney
Of Mothers Out Front, and mother to Eli, age 7.

Karen is your COT Coordinator. Here’s her letter:

Dear President Obama,
I am urgently concerned about climate change and want you to boldly convey the need for a FOSSIL FUEL FREE future — a goal ardently championed by Mothers Out Front — to our United Nations delegates for the climate talks in Paris.

What wakes me up at 3 am in a cold sweat is the “fast track secretive trade pact” Trans Pacific Partnership, known widely as “NAFTA on steroids.” The North American Free Trade Agreement has legitimized the closure of successful renewable energy manufacturers and has continued to benefit fossil fuel monstrosities. Please do NOT use your Special Authority for such madness. We must stop funding and supporting our demise!

Thank you for your leadership in extending wind Production Tax Credits and solar Investment Tax Credits to continue the growth of truly renewable energy sources (not natural gas!). I support your Clean Power Plan and look for even bolder proposals from our United States leaders.

Sincerely,
Karen Ribeiro, MA Voter
Mothers Out Front community organizer

Because you are a Curious George, we have some great reading for you:
These links are the White House fact sheet and the UNFCCC announcement, with links to all the agreements submitted to date, and also a Mother Jones article discussing these emissions targets. Enjoy.

https://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2015/03/31/fact-sheet-us-reports-its-2025-emissions-target-unfccc

http://newsroom.unfccc.int/unfccc-newsroom/united-states-submits-its-climate-action-plan-ahead-of-2015-paris-agreement/

http://www.motherjones.com/blue-marble/2015/03/us-offer-next-global-climate-talks-obama
With Hope,
Pioneer Valley Mothers Out Front