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Boston Climate Action Network

BostonCAN is dedicated to motivating residents of the City of Boston to take action in personal, neighborhood, and institutional contexts regarding climate change.

Location: www.bostoncan.org
Members: 15
Latest Activity: May 11, 2011

Global Warming Cafe - Dec 5 at 2:30 pm

WHAT: Global Warming Café
WHERE: Central Congregational Church, 85 Seaverns St., Jamaica Plain, MA
WHEN: Saturday, December 5, 2009, 2:30 p.m.

You can make smart choices about your energy use, save money and lower your “carbon footprint.” And guess what…it’s easier when we do it together!

Join us for a Global Warming Café on Saturday, December 5, at 2:30 pm at Central Congregational Church, 85 Seaverns Ave., Jamaica Plain.

A Global Warming Café is a combination of engaging discussion groups and community-building with tasty snacks and mingling time! You will leave the event motivated and equipped with the tools you need to take action.

Free and open to the public. Wheelchair accessible.

This is a carbon-neutral event, courtesy of Mass Energy.

Sponsored by Boston Climate Action Network’s Cool JP committee, Central Congregational Church, Hope Church and JP Forum. For more info or to reserve childcare, call 617-278-1885 or email: bostonclimateaction@gmail.com

Organized by BostonCAN (Boston Climate Action Network)
your local connection to climate advocacy and energy education
to make sure that the “green wave lifts all boats.”
www.BostonCAN.org

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Comment by Ralph on January 1, 2010 at 7:43pm
Elizabeth Corcoran-Hunt
State House Room 122
Boston, MA 02133
p 617 722 2006
Elizabeth.Corcoran-Hunt@state.ma.us

The next meeting for the Parkland Management Advisory Committee will be held on Wednesday, January 6th, 7 PM at 70 St. Botolph Street, Boston

The agenda for the meeting is attached.


PARKLAND MANAGEMENT ADVISORY COMMITTEE

PUBLIC SAFETY & STEERING COMMITTEE MEETINGS
70 ST. BOTOLPH ST
WEDNESDAY 6 JANUARY 2010
All PMAC Meetings are Open to the Public


Public Safety Committee: 7:00 PM to 7:45 PM

Sign in & Introductions
Past Business
Precinct Reports – State, MBTA, E-13, D-4, B-2


Steering Committee: 7:45 PM to 8:45 PM

Sign in & Introductions
Discussion of what DCR’s budget cuts might mean for our park, with Tom Yovicsin, former SWC Park manager, and now acting District Manager for the Shore District, in which SWC is included.


Next meeting: Wednesday 3 February 2010 in Jamaica Plain, 7:00 PM


Questions or comments? Please contact, jhunkel@aol.com
Comment by Jamie Langowski on April 15, 2009 at 3:07pm
Environmental Summits

Boston City Councillor At-Large John R. Connolly, Chair of the Council’s Committee on Environment and Health, will chair two City Council environmental summits related to simple steps as to how individuals can reduce their impact on the environment. The first summit will take place April 21, in the Charlestown Navy Yard, Building 114 at 6 PM. Students from Youth C.A.N. (Climate Action Network) will help facilitate. The event will be held café-style, with attendees travelling from table to table discussing various topics related to climate change, and how environmentally-friendly lifestyle changes can be cost-saving. The second summit will be held April 23, at Healthworks at the Codman Square Health Center, 450 Washington Street, Dorchester, at 5:30 PM. All are welcome to attend and encouraged to participate. Please contact Councillor Connolly’s office at (617) 635-3115 if you have any questions.
Comment by cindy on March 12, 2009 at 12:27pm
Hello, i was in dc last 2 weeks ago for the powershift weekend and it is very apparent to me this issue is my maine issue... this is where i want to spend my time working on this issue with others who are also interested
Comment by Nora on March 10, 2009 at 11:10pm
Hi BostonCan, thanks for the great lessons on ways to lose 5000 pounds of carbon emissions from my lifestyle last spring. Hope the overall project is going great and Loie I'll be calling you back with my numbers, or if you're at the expo tomorrow night I'll drop 'em off!
Comment by Joseph Porcelli (Chief Neighbor) on March 8, 2009 at 6:43pm
Welcome to have you join us!
 

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