Local Environmental Action, 2016, Sunday, March 13th, 9 am - 5:30 pm, Northeastern University, Boston

  • 13 Mar 2016
Event Description

Toxics Action Center and Massachusetts Climate Action Network are collaborating to jointly put on the Local Environmental Action 2016, to be held at Northeastern University in Boston on March 13th.

Local Environmental Action 2016 is an opportunity to join community leaders, environmental advocates and activists from across New England for a day of skills training, networking, and inspiration.

Workshop Sample/Preview:

100% Renewable Energy: What Is It And How Do We Get There
Coalition Building: Why It Matters And How To Build A Small Business Coalition
Mass Power Forward Coalition Strategy Session And Clean Power Plan Overview
Environmental Justice In New England
Neonics, Pesticides And Bees
Putting A Price On Carbon: How Carbon Pricing Can Drive The New Economy And Get Us Off Fossil Fuels
Community Energy: Conduit Hydropower, Community Choice Aggregation And Economies Of Scale, Community Shared Solar
Flint, Mi: What Happened There And Why It Matters Here
Curbing Plastic Waste: Greening The State One Town At A Time
The New Economy

To learn more and register:

This year's event will be held at Northeastern University's Curry Center.
Easily accessible by T and car. See full directions below.
Parking is available for $8/day at the Renaissance Parking Garage at 835 Columbus Ave. Boston, MA
There is also ample free parking available around Northeastern University. We recommend checking for street parking near Columbus Avenue.

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