Next Node Meeting – Act Now For Climate Justice! – November 5th
How to create a humane future for the world in the face of catastrophic climate change? We local citizens have a wide spectrum of possible actions. Marla Marcum, Co-Founding Member of Climate Disobedience Center, will speak about Climate Justice and the ongoing campaign to stop Spectra’s fracked gas pipeline projects.
Marla Marcum is a United Methodist committed to supporting people of all faiths and no particular faith to act boldly for justice. An experienced campaigner, trainer, pastor and lay leader, she brings two decades of social justice organizing experience with faith-based, youth, and grassroots groups. Marla is passionate about leadership development and building supportive communities of resistance among unlikely allies.
When: Thursday November 5, 7pm
Where: First Parish Church, 327 Concord Road, Sudbury
Pledge to Resist the West Roxbury Lateral Pipeline
Please share the Resist the Pipeline website with your networks, family, and friends, encouraging them to sign on to the Pledge of Resistance. Remember, this pledge asks signers to commit to take LEGAL, collective actions to resist the construction of the West Roxbury Lateral Pipeline.
About the 350MASS MetroWest Node
The 350 Massachusetts Metrowest node is a gathering of those who want to learn more about the causes of and remedies for climate change as well as having the option to support the following local initiatives: divesting from fossil fuel equities, carbon pollution pricing, and support for renewable energy resources and infrastructure. This node is part of the organization 350 Massachusetts for a Better Future. The public meetings are usually the first Thursday of the month with locations changing to accommodate citizens through the region. All are encouraged to sit in on the subgroup meetings for the initiatives as well as the steering group that meets at different times. Check their website.