State Reps, Support the Clean Energy Economy

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Monday Action for the week of 3/20/17:

This week, we’re asking you to call your Massachusetts State Representative and urge him or her to cosponsor the 2017 Energy Jobs Bill (HD1948).

If your Rep is Solomon Goldstein-Rose, the bill’s author and sponsor, your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to find one person in a distant district to call their own Rep to co-sponsor. Then call Solomon to thank him for championing bold climate legislation and let him know which Rep your surrogate is calling. This is how we, as constituents of a climate hero, can really make a difference.

You can use the sample talking points or copy-and-paste text below, if you like. Calling shows you really mean it, but if you email, be sure to personalize it. Find your state representative’s contact information here.


Dear [Your State Rep],

I am urgently concerned about climate change. My [children, grandchildren, niece, nephew, friend’s children] depend on us to swiftly, justly and completely transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy. That’s why I’m asking you to co-sponsor HD1948 the Energy Jobs Bill introduced by Representative Solomon Goldstein-Rose.

Fossil fuels benefit from many hidden costs which are “externalized,” artificially suppressing the at-the-pump price to consumers and giving dirty fuel an edge in the marketplace. These hidden costs leave our state to pick up the tab to repair the environmental devastation fossil fuels cause. Costs shift to families through pollution’s negative health effects. Jobs and revenue are lost in this raw deal.

The 2017 Energy Jobs Bill (HD1948):

  • Keeps money in-state through carbon pricing on fossil fuels. Collected revenue will be placed in the Clean Energy Dividend Fund, and distributed to MA residents on a monthly basis.
  • Eliminates unnecessary regulations that impede clean energy deployment, creating jobs in a thriving industry.
  • Provides capital for clean energy projects in Massachusetts.
  • Invests in technology innovation and development, especially energy storage.

Communities that have instituted carbon pricing have found it benefits the local economy and it has bi-partisan appeal.

Please support HD1948 for the sake of all children.

Thank you,
YOUR NAME
YOUR ADDRESS
With Mothers Out Front


Contact info:
Representative Solomon Goldstein-Rose
To call: 617-722-2425
Email: Solomon.Goldstein-Rose@mahouse.gov
Write a letter:
Massachusetts State House, Room 437
Boston, MA 02133


You did it!

Together we can make a difference in Massachusetts for all of us.
Thank you! See you next Monday!


In Person Events:

  • TONIGHT! Monday 3/20, 6:00 – 8:00, Amherst MOF Monthly Meeting. We’re Turning Three! Celebrate our anniversary and plan for the future. Bring light food for dinner. Children, friends, relatives welcome! For location contact Madeleine at greenzinnia@hotmail.com.

  • Wednesday, 3/22, 12:15pmMassEnergy Presentation on Community Choice Aggregation, Amherst Town Hall.

  • Sunday, 3/26, 2:00-4:15pm, Amherst MOF House Party. Join with other concerned people at this introduction to Mothers Out Front. RSVP ellentmiddleton@gmail.com.

  • Sunday, 3/26, 7pm-8:30pm, Paul Fenn, Local Power Presentation on Community Choice Aggregation, at the Jewish Community of Amherst, 742 Main St.

  • Sunday, 3/26, 4:30pmNorthampton MOF Organizing Team Meeting. Join the Northampton MOF group at our weekly meeting! Contact Sarah at sarahrpartan@earthlink.net.

  • Monday, 3/27, 7pm-9pm, Climate Action Now Meeting, with short presentation by Paul Fenn of Local Power, and break out session for 100% Renewable campaigns in the Legislative Committee, at Unitarian Society of Amherst 121 N. Pleasant St. For info contact Darcy DuMont at dumint140@gmail.com

  • Wednesday, 3/29, 6:30pm-8:30pm, The Role of Community Electricity in Reaching 100% Renewable Energy Statewide, A Conversation with Larry Chretien of MassEnergy and Paul Fenn of Local Power, at the Jewish Community of Amherst, 742 Main St. For info contact Darcy DuMont at dumint140@gmail.com

Keep up with other actions for resisting and protecting our communities and climate by following 413 Staying Connected for Action.


Thank you for doing Monday Actions.

See and follow all actions to date on the Monday Action BLOG

Onward!
Your Monday Action Team
http://mofpioneervalley.nationbuilder.com/

You can also keep up with Mothers Out Front Pioneer Valley on Twitter.

Defend Us, People’s Lawyer

Monday Action for the week of 2/6/17: Urge the Attorney General to prevent Kinder Morgan from cutting trees in our protected lands.

We can stop pipelines right in our own backyard. We did it before with NED and we’ll do it again.

Mothers Out Front opposes all new fossil fuel infrastructure because only clean energy infrastructure can create the livable future we want for all children everywhere.

Those of you who’ve been following Monday Actions and the news from Sandisfield, MA know that a part of the beautiful Otis State Forest is on the verge of being taken by Kinder Morgan for their Connecticut Expansion Pipeline project.

There are still legal and procedural ways our allies are fighting for Otis, including ongoing appeals concerning a federally required water quality certification from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection. So our Attorney General Healey can still fight the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) to stop Kinder Morgan from cutting the trees that our state constitution’s Article 97 protects.

Please call AG Maura Healey’s office and use the ideas in the text below to express your concern. If you’re not in the habit of calling yet, try writing a postcard. If you email, change the text, make it personal, say what motivates you to act on climate change.


Dear Attorney General Healey,

Because I am alarmed that climate change threatens the health and future of our children, I am grateful to you for standing up to Exxon Mobil. You are fighting, and so far winning, with such courage, to show that Exxon knew their actions were causing climate change and they hid the evidence.

We need the same fight from you right here in the Commonwealth. I want you to hold Kinder Morgan/Tennessee Gas to the same standards.  We rely on you to uphold our right to clean air and clean water, and the protections of our environment under Article 97 of our state constitution.
A lot of us asked your office to appeal the Berkshire Superior Court decision that the Federal Natural Gas Act preempted our state constitution. We wish you had fought Kinder Morgan’s Connecticut Expansion pipeline project all the way to the Supreme Court. But there is still something you can do.
Now, Kinder Morgan has renewed its request for permission to cut trees in Otis State Forest.  We need you to tell FERC that Kinder Morgan cannot cut trees in our state forest when Massachusetts is in the middle of conducting a review of whether a permit in Sandisfield will really protect our wetlands and water ways.

Please challenge FERC’s authority to take actions that could damage our natural resources when numerous matters relating to this proposed pipeline are still being challenged. If there was ever a time to assert our state’s rights, it is NOW.

Thank you,

YOUR NAME
YOUR TOWN AND STATE
With Mothers Out Front


Contact Attorney General Healey:

by phone: (617) 727-2200
by email: AGO@state.ma.us
by letter/postcard:
Attorney General’s Office
One Ashburton Place
Boston, MA 02108-1518


Upcoming In-Person Events:

1. Tuesday, 2/7 11:30am, Please join us to talk about how books can support children, youth and families interested in climate health with Mia Cabana, the Head of Youth Services, at the Jones Library in Amherst. RSVP to Lee leelandj at gmail dot com.

2. Wednesday, 2/8, 2:00pm, MA Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Hearing on GHG Emission Reduction Rules, Springfield Central Library, 220 State Street, Springfield. Testify at the DEP hearing and help control CO2 and Methane emissions. Coaching available to help you prepare your testimony. Contact Andra amherstamr at gmail dot com.

3. Sunday, 2/12, 1:00-3:00pm, 100% Renewable Amherst Meeting at the Jewish Community of Amherst. We’re honing in on making Amherst the model for deep energy efficiency and on community financing of new renewable infrastructure. Join us in planning our strategy. Contact Andra amherstamr at gmail dot com.

4. Sunday, 2/12, 4:30-6:00pm, Northampton MOF Community Weekly Meeting (new!). RSVP to Sarah sarahrpartan at earthlink dot net

5. Monday, 2/20, 5:30 – 7:30pm, Amherst MOF Family Potluck. No meeting as we usually have on the 3rd Monday in February, instead you’re invited to a potluck dinner and social gathering. Bring friends and family. RSVP to Ariella ariellaschwell at gmail dot com.

6. Saturday, 2/25, 2:00-4:15pm, Amherst MOF House Party. Join with other concerned people at this introduction to Mothers Out Front. RSVP to Ellen ellentmiddleton at gmail dot com

7. Tuesday, 2/28, 7:00pm, Elizabeth Colbert Speaks About The Sixth Extinction, as part of the Jones Library’s On the Same Page community reading program, at Amherst Regional Middle School auditorium.

Keep up with other actions for resisting and protecting our communities and climate by following 413 Staying Connected for Action.


Thanks for all you do. Onward!
Visit the Mothers Out Front webpage for details about other ways to join in person and online.

In collaboration,
Your Monday Action Team
Mothers Out Front – Pioneer Valley

http://mofpioneervalley.nationbuilder.com/

Thank you President Obama, Join Us Citizen Obama

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Monday Action for the week of 1/16/17:

This is the last week of President Obama’s term and the beginning of an uncertain and, for many, frightening political reality at the national level. Some of us will join the hundreds of thousands marching (see info below) on January 21st. Some of us will speak out in other ways. We are motivated because we cherish our families, friends, and communities.

This week, thank Obama and ask him, as a private citizen, to join us in bringing in a swift transition to a clean energy future for our children.
Here’s your optional talking points or copy-and-paste text:


Dear President Obama,

I am urgently concerned about climate change. This is the defining issue which future generations depend on us to solve. I urge you to be ferociously bold in continuing to fight climate change and champion clean energy for the health and safety of all our children.

I’m grateful to you and to Michelle for loyally serving our country. I will miss your integrity, vision and intelligence as President. As a private citizen, you could accomplish so much. I’m writing to ask you to join me and focus your energy next on climate change. We have a window of only a few years to get it right.

The private sector can play a key role in solving the climate crisis at a time when our national government may not, as you cogently argue in your recent article in Science Magazine. Help us build a worldwide clean energy economy and build on your legacy on climate change.

I hope you’ll harken back to your roots in community organizing and treat the whole world as your community. Your efforts now, working for a swift and just transition to clean energy, will ensure that our children will have a safe and healthy future.

Mothers Out Front and so many others are working to get to 100% renewable energy as quickly as possible. Yes we can, with your help!

Sincerely,

YOUR NAME

YOUR TOWN AND STATE

With Mothers Out Front


Contact President Obama

To call: 202-456-1111

To email


Thank you! See you next Monday!

Want to do more online activism? Object to the nominations of climate deniers. Click here for the schedule and contact info for the Senate Committees holding hearings.


In Person Events:

  • TONIGHT! Monday, 1/16, 6:00-8:00pmAmherst MOF Monthly Meeting. Join us in community. Pursue Active Hope. Connect, learn, act.  Light dinner served. All welcome, including children. RSVP Madeleine, greenzinnia at hotmail  dotcom. No meeting in February, but we’ll have a potluck on 2/20. Monthly Meetings start back on March 20th.

  • Saturday, 1/21, Women’s March on Washington – Massachusetts sister marches. Bus from Northampton to Boston. March in Pittsfield or Greenfield.

  • Monday, 1/23, 7:00-9:00pm, Climate Action Now meeting, Unitarian Society of Amherst 121 N. Pleasant St.

  • Saturday, 1/28, 3:00-5:00pm, Climate Action in a Time of Political Crisis, First Churches, Northampton. Forum with elected officials and action-oriented discussions in breakout groups. Sponsored by CAN, MOF, and other community groups. For more info contact, Karen at innerfortune dot com.

  • Sunday, 1/29, 1:00-3:00pm, Pioneer Valley 100% Renewable meeting. Amherst MOF Green Buildings campaign, Valley Businesses Going Green, financing energy efficiency and renewables; other topics welcome. Jewish Community of Amherst, 742 Main St. Contact Andra, amherstamr at gmail dot com.

  • Thursday, 2/2, 7:00-8:30, For the Love of Earth and Children: Take Action, Jones Library, Amherst. Part of the On the Same Page series focused on the 6th Extinction.

  • Monday 2/20, 5:30 – 7:30, MOF Family Potluck. We’re not having a meeting as usual on the 3rd Monday in February because many people will be away during school break. But you’re invited to a potluck with your family on. Location TBD. RSVP Andra, amherstamr at gmail dot com.

  • Sunday, Feb 26, 2:00-4:15pm, Amherst MOF House Party. Join with other concerned people at this introduction to Mothers Out Front. RSVP to ellentmiddleton at gmail dot com

Keep up with other actions for resisting and protecting our communities and climate by following 413 Staying Connected for Action.


Thank you for doing Monday Actions.

See and follow all actions to date on the Monday Action BLOG

Onward!
Your Pioneer Valley Community Organizing Team
Mothers Out Front – Pioneer Valley

Massachusetts Threatened

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Spectacle Pond in Otis State Forest

1/2/17: In honor of the children of the world and YOUR work for a clean energy future, the Pioneer Valley team of Mothers Out Front presents this first Monday Action of the New Year:

Today, please call Governor Baker at 617-725-4005 or 888-870-7770 and leave a message. It will take 5 minutes or less! For brevity use the bold text.


I’m calling, Governor Baker, to ask you to strengthen our environmental agencies and protect the Commonwealth and future generations from unneeded and damaging gas pipelines.

You often state that pipelines are a “federal matter,” as if Massachusetts can do nothing. There’s many ways you could direct state agencies to take a stand. Yet you recently issued $98 million in budget cuts that “disproportionately devastate agencies protecting our environment and public health” (as noted by the Environmental League of Massachusetts).

I’m alarmed to learn that the Commonwealth of Massachusetts would sacrifice public conservation land in Otis State Forest for a gas pipeline. Your Department of Conservation & Recreation (DCR) has entered into a settlement with Kinder Morgan, rather than stand up for our constitution which safeguards our conservation land in Article 97. Your agencies did not even follow their own no-net-loss Article 97 land disposition policy. Now Upton State Forest is threatened by Spectra’s planned pipeline in the same way.  Please change course!

You could have directed your Department of Environmental Protection, or DEP, to more rigorously apply the state’s water quality standards and deny the 401 for the Kinder Morgan project. And, regarding the Spectra’s compressor station slated for Weymouth, your DEP issued a superseding order, seeking to undermine local control by overriding the local conservation commission’s wetlands permitting decision. We need better.

As a father, as a fervent public servant who has dedicated his life to service, we need you to stand up to the pipeline companies, and help move us towards a sustainable energy future.

Governor, I thank you in advance for your actions to protect, defend and uphold our State constitution.

New fossil fuel infrastructure is not for the Common Good: We all must be urgently concerned about climate change, as future children are depending on us to leave them a livable world. We have a narrow window, but it can still be done if we can move to 100% renewables by 2030. Thank you for doing your part.

Sincerely,
YOUR NAME
YOUR TOWN
With Mothers Out Front


Contact:

Governor Charlie Baker
To call: Phone: 617.725.4005 or 888.870.7770 (in state)
To email
To write a letter:
Massachusetts State House
Office of the Governor
Room 280
Boston, MA 02133


Thank you for starting off this year with your Monday Action!
Get a friend from another zip code to do this one, it’ll help a lot.



Still here?

Thank Senator Markey for just introducing a resolution calling for the United States to reach 100% clean energy generation by 2050! Way to go, Ed!

Senator Ed Markey

To call: 202-224-2742
To email
To write a letter:
255 Dirksen Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510


In Person Events/Meetings:

  • Wednesday, 1/4, 6:30-8:00pm – MOF Amherst Volunteer work group meeting RSVP  EllentMiddleton at gmail dot com

  • Sunday 1/8, 1:00-3:00pm, Going 100% Renewable in Amherst and Statewide. Green buildings in Amherst, Financing energy efficiency and renewables; other topics welcome. Jewish Community of Amherst, 742 Main St. Contact Andra amherstamr at gmail dot com

  • Sunday 1/8, 2:00-4:30pm – House Party in Amherst. An introductory presentation and discussion about MOF, including state, local, and individual climate solutions, and the company of other motivated mothers and others. RSVP EllentMiddleton at gmail dot com

  • Monday 1/16 6:00-8:00pm – MOF-PV Monthly Meeting in Amherst. Light dinner served. All welcome, including children. RSVP Madeleine greenzinnia at hotmail dot com. We meet every 3rd Monday, same time/same place.


Thank you for all you do.

Pioneer Valley Mothers Out Front

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Price Carbon, Governor

12/12/16 Monday Action: Tell Governor Baker we want a Carbon Fee and Rebate! A comment page is open NOW to influence the regulations that are about to be recommended by the administration. Use the text below as a guide.
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Dear Governor,

I am urgently concerned about climate change.  I know you are, too, and appreciate the work you and your staff are doing to fight it. However, we need to do more, including enlisting the help of everyone in our state.

To enlist everyone’s help, we need to put a price on carbon pollution. Conservative and liberal economists agree that this is the most effective way to fight climate change and to build a stronger economy at the same time. Burning fossil fuels has buried costs that aren’t captured in their price, such as health problems and sea level rise, among others.

A similar program has already been successful in British Columbia, Canada.  Fossil fuel use is down and the economy has improved through their carbon fee and rebate program.

Massachusetts has always been a leader, taking essential bold new steps for the betterment of our society.  It’s time to do so again.  Please enact a fair carbon pricing fee and rebate program to fight climate change, accelerate the switch to renewable energy, benefit low-income people who are most vulnerable, create more jobs and attract clean energy investment.

We must protect our most vulnerable citizens and future generations. Please be bold! Introduce legislation and use your executive powers to make carbon pollution pricing a reality, so that everyone is motivated to cut fossil fuel use and move us toward a sustainable, renewable energy economy.

Future generations will thank you, including the children you love.

Sincerely,
YOUR NAME
YOUR TOWN
With Mothers Out Front
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Contact:
Governor Charlie Baker
To call: Phone: 617.725.4005 or 888.870.7770 (in state)
To email
To write a letter:
Massachusetts State House
Office of the Governor
Room 280
Boston, MA 02133

If you’re outside MA, call if you can to Urge your Governor to Put a Price On Carbon, but no guilt about cutting and pasting. Find your Governor’s contact info here.

Well done, you did your Monday Action! See you next Monday.
Ask your friends to join you in action.
Thank you for being the change you want to see.
_______________________________

In Person Actions in Amherst, MA:

Climate Solutions 101: Sunday Dec. 18, 10-11:30am: What is carbon pricing? How can state or local laws and regulations make a difference? What can I do? Location: North Amherst, RSVP amherstamr at gmail dot com.

Mothers Out Front Community Meeting: Monday, Dec. 19, 6-8pm in Amherst, MA: Learn about how we can get to 100% renewable energy by 2030 across our state. We will have time to mingle and snack. Children welcome.
RSVP to greenzinnia at hotmail dot com

Amherst Mothers Out Front House Party: Jan. 8, 2- 4:15 pm in Amherst, MA
Please join us for an empowering and engaging presentation and discussion party with Mothers Out Front on how to protect all of our children and the children of future generations. There is urgency, but there is also hope.
RSVP to ellentmiddleton at gmail dot com. Feel free to bring an interested friend or neighbor. Child care is available (please let us know by 1/4 if you need care).

Thank you for all you do.

Pioneer Valley Mothers Out Front

Join with us: http://mofpioneervalley.nationbuilder.com/
Email us: info.ma.PioneerValley@MothersOutFront.org
Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/MothersOutFront.PV/
Follow us on Twitter: @MOFpv

See and follow all actions to date on this Monday Action BLOG.

Promises

Today’s Monday Action: Call on U.S. Senators Warren and Markey to help lead the 100% renewable revolution so that our children’s lives may be filled with promise.

Please note: Calls and letters count more. So today, reach for the phone or grab a postcard: Use the text below as is or adapt it, perhaps make it personal, by mentioning the ages of children you love. If you’re not in Massachusetts, you can write your own senators with the general pitch.
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Dear Senators Markey and Warren,
I am urgently concerned about climate change. This fight we cannot lose: Future generations depend on us to pull back from the brink. Ready or not, we are the emergency brake.

The American people were promised brighter futures and new jobs in this campaign season. We urgently need the green jobs necessary for a huge shift in energy infrastructure away from fossil fuels. The Stanford University Solutions Project has mapped out HERE what each state can do to get to 100% renewable energy. We urgently need your leadership to build just such new infrastructure for a livable future, together on this beautiful Earth.

We “need to accelerate our efforts to reduce carbon pollution and shift our energy economy to clean energy to avoid the most catastrophic impacts of climate change.” (Senator Markey, Oct. 4. 2016): The Solutions Project demonstrates how we can create good local jobs while we divest from fossil fuels. This is the new infrastructure we need, not Keystone, Dakota Access Pipeline or other proposed pipelines meant to drag filthy gas across our prairies, aquifers and back yards to sell to the highest international bidder from our coasts. For climate, natural gas is worse than coal when taking into account the methane leaked from extraction through combustion. It’s a “bridge” to nowhere.

Together, we can pull back from the brink. Thank you, as ever, for your leadership in these extraordinary times.

Sincerely,
YOUR NAME
YOUR TOWN AND STATE
With Mothers Out Front
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Contact:

Senator Elizabeth Warren
To call: 202-224-4543
To email
To write a letter:
317 Hart Senate Office Building,
Washington, DC 20510

Contact:

Senator Ed Markey
To call: 202-224-2742
To email
To write a letter:
255 Dirksen Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510

Not your Senators? Find those who serve you here:

http://whoismyrepresentative.com/
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You did it! That was your 5-minute Monday Action. Well done.
Thanks for being the change you want to see. Onward!
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Other ways to be involved:

  1. Attend the monthly MOF Community Meeting on Dec. 19 6-8pm RSVP Madeleine greenzinnia at hotmail dot com. We meet every 3rd Monday, same time/same place.
  2. Attend the next MOF house party on Jan. 8. 2-4:30pm in Amherst– for details contact ellentmiddleton at gmail dot com
  3. Visit the Mothers Out Front webpage for details about other ways to join in person and online. Or use this form to tell us about you.

In collaboration,
Your Community Organizing Team
Mothers Out Front – Pioneer Valley

http://www.mothersoutfront.org/amherst_community_team

Stan, say it’s not so.

Monday Action for the week of 9/19/16: Yikes. We thought you got it, Stan! Set the MA State Senate President straight and tell him not to believe the glossy brochure.

Use the information in the sample letter below for calling your State Senator or to copy and paste the text of the letter into your own email or letter.
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Dear State Senate President Rosenberg,

I am urgently concerned about climate change. This is the gravest threat facing us all and future generations depend on us to halt it.

I am very concerned that your recent statement in the latest Rosenberg Report about the Berkshire Gas moratorium (“Promoting the use of natural gas as an environmentally attractive fuel is the only viable long-term solution to increase new sources of gas supply to meet the growing needs of our communities.” )

Were you saying that natural gas is environmentally attractive, or that the only way to expand the use of natural gas in our communities is to promote it as if it were environmentally attractive? When full lifecycle impacts are taken into account, natural gas has no greenhouse gas benefit over coal.

Natural gas is mostly methane, a greenhouse gas 86 times more powerful than CO2 over a 20-year timeframe.

Focusing on expanding our natural gas infrastructure and use is a recipe for disaster.Please stand up for the climate and push Berkshire Gas for serious energy efficiency measures, such as fixing the leaks (see the map of gas leaks here) and more broadly, please take further steps to improve energy efficiency incentives and to jumpstart the renewable energy storage industry in Massachusetts. Thank you.

Sincerely,

YOUR NAME

YOUR TOWN AND STATE

With Mothers Out Front

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SOURCES: (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, Anthropogenic and Natural Radiative Forcing inClimate Change 2013: The physical science basis, Table 8.7, p. 714 available here).  Recent studies show that,when full lifecycle impacts are taken into account, natural gas has no greenhouse gas benefit over coal. (See e.g., Robert W. Howarth, “Methane emissions and climatic warming risk from hydraulic fracturing and shale gas development: implications for policy,” available here).

Contact: State Senator Stan Rosenberg
To call: (617) 722-1500
To email
To write a letter:
State House Office
24 Beacon Street, Room 332,
Boston, MA 02133

Not your Rep? Look up yours here


* Curious about the Moratorium? Masslive has this great article:
http://www.masslive.com/politics/index.ssf/2016/07/rosenberg_kulik_and_mark_push.html

Well done! See you next week.
And remember, friends don’t let friends ignore climate change. Forward Monday Actions today.


In Person:
9/19
You are invited to the Mothers Out Front monthly meeting: Monday, Sept 19th from 6pm to 8pm in North Amherst. We’ll focus on writing about climate change from our hearts plus our community goals for 2017. All are welcome. Please RSVP to get the address and if you’re bringing children.Contact Greenzinnia at hotmail dot com. Light meal provided, bring something if it’s easy.

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Thanks for all you do. Onward!
Visit our Mothers Out Front webpage for details about other ways to join us in person and online. You can get Monday Actions by following our Monday Action blog.

In collaboration,
Your Community Organizing Team
Mothers Out Front – Pioneer Valley

http://www.mothersoutfront.org/amherst_community_team