MA - "College Town Cuts Ties With TransCanada Over Keystone XL, Plans to Go 100 Percent Renewable" by Anastasia Pantsios
EcoWatch coverage of the Cambridge, MA campaign to move to 100% renewables with the urging of the local Mothers Out Front Team.
MA - Cambridge, MA WIN! City Council unanimously adopts order to have city powered by 100% RENEWABLE ENERGY
On Friday, February 20th, the Cambridge, MA City Council voted to adopt Policy Order #18. This order was introduced by City Councillor Dennis Carlone, and inspired by his meeting with the local Mothers Out Front team.
A coalition of groups in Lexington, MA attended the Selectmen's meeting to advocate using a patch of land in Lexington for a solar project. Fifth-graders from Estabrook Elementary School, Lexington Global Warming Action Coalition and Mothers Out Front member Judith Glixon all spoke at the meeting.
Neely Kelley, New York State Lead Organizer, shares her story about why she's involved with Mothers Out Front and why our movement needs you! See page 10.
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City Councillor Dennis Carlone joins Mothers Out Front and calls for Cambridge MA to make the switch to 100% renewable energy
After meeting with the Cambridge Mothers Out Front team, Councillor Carlone drafted an order to convince the City Manager to move Cambridge toward renewable energy and away from fossil fuels.
Amherst Mothers Out Front working together to switch households and businesses to clean electricity!
Read the WGBH News coverage of the Mothers Out Front November 21, 2014 Massachusetts State House Rally and a summary of the energy choices that New England is facing.
TV Interview with Anne Goodwin from Arlington, MA about Mothers Out Front November 2014 week of actions at the Massachusetts State House, about the goals of the campaign and the importance of “mobilizing for a livable climate."
"Tired of waiting for somebody else to fix the problem, Mothers Out Front members are mobilizing first themselves, then their communities and local leaders to take climate action."