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Climate Week 2015
Thanks to organizers and participants for innovative and informative events leading to climate action

CHECK THE CLIMATE WEEK SITE (click here) for Events Rescheduled Due to Weather


See the Town's Climate Action Plan
(click here)


Watch the YouTube video of ten Brookline climate pioneers.


Contribute to CAB
(we're a 501c3 non-profit)


Website Design by
K Gregory Communications


Post Climate Week working groups are forming:

  • Meet Wed, Feb 11 for the Kick-off Campaign for Community Shared Solar - Brookline Town Hall - 6:00 pm
  • Campaign for green electricity: Green Up Your House with the Click of a Mouse (see link to the right)
  • Complete Streets Task Force. Register and click on meeting notifications you'd like to receive by going to the town's web site: click here

Check this website and the Climate Week web site in the upcoming days and weeks to find out more about action steps, working groups, resources and videos leading to climate action in 2015.

Climate Week web site: www.brooklineclimateweek.org

Climate Week on Facebook: brookline.climate

 

Climate change is everyone’s business. Some people are just getting started, while others are on their way to mastering home energy efficiency. Some steps you can take:

Improve Home Energy Efficiency

Get a free home energy assessment with the Green Homes Brookline program and make improvements that will lower your home's carbon footprint

Sign up to get your electricity from wind

Consider solar
Make lifestyle changes to lower your personal carbon footprint


Make Smart Food Choices

Make small changes that can have a big impact

Make Changes Each Month
Download a calendar of actions you can take each month.

CAB is launching a campaign
with our partner Mothers Out Front

"Green Up Your House with the
Click of a Mouse"

Be an early adopter and visit the
Mass Energy web site
(click here)

to sign up for electricity generated
from renewable sources through
Boston-based nonprofit Mass Energy.

 

Brookline's 2008 Carbon Footprint was approximately 540,000 tons of Carbon Dioxide

Source: Selectman's Climate Action Committee (CAC)

 

CAB is working to change the way we live and work through environmental awareness and action with:

Schools  
Businesses  
Town Government  
Public Policy  
Residences  
Transportation  
Food  
Partners