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"In a letter to elected officials, the BHCA board of directors voiced its support for the Dec. 10 effort, which will be led by volunteers for the national nonprofit Mothers Out Front. Besides marking gas leaks with small signs, the campaign also intends to garner support for the Boston Gas Leaks Ordinance, and to instill the importance of notifying the gas company if one smells leaking gas."
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In Norfolk, Virginia, dozens gathered at an event sponsored by Mothers Out Front Hampton Roads to show support for the #StandingRockSioux as they take a stand against the Dakota Access Pipeline.
"Mothers Out Front — a local group advocating for renewable energy — sponsored the demonstration. We have people who are thinking them that want to send them love and encouragement and we are standing with them,” said Kim Williams with Mothers Out Front. “It’s all one water ultimately.”
"About 25 people from organizations including Mothers Out Front, Citizen Action, and the Binghamton Regional Sustainability Coalition rallied outside of the Federal Building in Binghamton. Other rallies also occurred in places including New York City and Rochester.
Those in the Binghamton rally said the goal was to get [Senator] Schumer to use his authority and publicly push the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) to issue a Stop Work Order on the pipeline."
Letters to the editor are a great way to let our policy makers know that we care too much about climate change to remain silent. Lisa Marshall of Mothers Out Front lets Governor Cuomo know that #renewableenergy is the only right choice for our kids health, today and tomorrow.
Read all about it! In Arlington MA, residents from Sustainable Arlington and Arlington Mothers Out Front slogged through the rain, determined to flag 177 gas leaks in their community to increase awareness about what these gas leaks mean. Congratulations to our friends at Sustainable Arlington and all the volunteer mothers for being #inthenews!
The Keene Valley chapter of Mothers Out Front and Brayden Sonny White, a 22-year-old member of the St. Regis Tribe and a Mohawk from Hogansburg, gathered for a free outdoor presentation about the Dakota Access Pipeline and the historic mobilization of North American Tribal Nations opposing its construction.
On October 1st and 2nd, families went out in the rain to tag some of the 177 leaks in their town, connecting with neighbors and spreading the word about what you can do to help #Fixtheleaks.