Attend an Event

Joining us at an event is a great way to learn about what we're doing and how you can be involved.  You can recognize us by our t-shirts and buttons.  Please introduce yourself!

Here is a sample of some recent events:

  • Massachusetts State House rallies to support the Town of Weymouth fighting new fossil fuel infrastructure.
  • Strategy meetings and rallies in NY to support climate justice and to stop new compressor stations installations.
  • Press-conferences and call-in campaigns promoting renewable energy legislation in California.

If you don't seen an event coming up soon near you, but would like to find out more, please use our contact form to get in touch.

NY - Upstate NY Climate Solutions Summit

Saturday, October 28, 2017 at 09:00 AM
The Harley School in Rochester, NY

Sponsored by Rochester People's Climate Coalition, the Sierra Club, ACE NY, New Yorkers for Clean Power, AGREE New York,  Mothers Out Front, The Harley School and more! Stay tuned for the day's schedule and speakers on clean energy solutions in the upstate and how you can get involved!

Please click HERE to RSVP directly with the New York team!

PA - House Party in Pittsburgh!

Sunday, November 19, 2017 at 03:00 PM · 4 rsvps
Location will be sent upon RSVP

Mothers Out Front, a non-profit organizing in a few key states and planning to become national wants to land and grow roots in Pennsylvania. Most of the Mothers Out Front members are not ‘activists’ in the traditional sense of the word but women and mothers who want to find their own-and local-ways to take collective climate action.

We're having our first house party in Pennsylvania and will screen one of the host's short documentaries. You are kindly invited. Our house is small, so attendance is limited to 20. If more of you want to attend, we could organize another house party in the weeks/months to come. 

"Passive hope is about waiting for external agencies to bring about what we desire. Active hope is about becoming active participants in bringing about what we hope for."

- Joanna Macy and Chris Johnstone