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October 3: Better Buildings in Lexington

October 3: Better Buildings in Lexington


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October 19: Greening the Grid: Preparing for Our Clean Energy Future

October 19: Greening the Grid: Preparing for Our Clean Energy Future

Speakers: Ariel Horowitz, PhD, Synapse and Megan Herzog, Staff Attorney, Conservation Law Foundation, MA. The electric grid is an essential part of the energy infrastructure that will support increased clean energy sources. In order to successfully transition to clean energy, the grid must be able to handle the increased demand. The Forum will address:...
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9/9: Kerry Emanuel Speaking in Carlisle

9/9: Kerry Emanuel Speaking in Carlisle

  And read his primer, published in October 2016 Climate_Primer_Kerry Emanuel_9_9_17
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#WeAreStillIn – Lexington joins the Paris Accord.

#WeAreStillIn – Lexington joins the Paris Accord.

Lexington Board of Selectmen voted to have Lexington join the Compact of Mayors who will adhere to achieving the goals of the Paris Accord! We have already been on this road through the actions by Sustainable Lexington, Town Meeting and the Town Manager and the employees of the Town of lexington. This is not just a...
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May 17: Hartwell Solar Ribbon Cutting and Tour

May 17: Hartwell Solar Ribbon Cutting and Tour


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May 4: Movie: AWAKE -documentary on Standing Rock NODAPL resistance

May 4: Movie:  AWAKE -documentary on Standing Rock NODAPL resistance


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UPCOMING EVENTS!

UPCOMING EVENTS!

 • March for Science Washington DC:  https://www.marchforscience.com Facebook  for Full day of activities. March for Science Boston:  Boston Common 2-4, kids’ activities 1-2 Facebook  or https://www.marchforscienceboston.com   • Create Signage for the Climate March Wed., April 26th from 6:45 p.m. – closing Munroe Center for the Arts, 1403 Mass Ave, Lexington  Come join us at a...
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Lexington Leaps Forward on Considering Climate Change!

February 27 was the night the Town of Lexington decided that our next school will not use fossil fuels to heat the building! This is a really important decision for our health and for our future.  The Town of Lexington also approved the Community Choice Aggregation program – that we hope will move our electricity...
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Sat. Feb. 4: Heather Murray, Lawyer with Conservation Law Foundation on ExxonMobil lawsuit

Sat. Feb. 4: Heather Murray, Lawyer with Conservation Law Foundation on ExxonMobil lawsuit


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Jan. 18: Before the Flood – Movie and Discussion Event

Jan. 18: Before the Flood –  Movie and Discussion Event

  For more information: before-the-flood-final-press-notes
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