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Calling all customers of  Liberty Mutual Insurance!
Stop the money pipeline! Liberty Mutual is the biggest insurer for the fossil fuel industry. Without insurance, pipelines will not be built.  
tinyurl.com/LibertyMutalMember

Please let Liberty Mutual know how you feel about their bad behavior in insurance dirty and dangerous new fossil fuel projects.  Its time to tear down the pillars of social license.

Do you have Liberty Mutual Insurance? Stop the money pipeline! Liberty Mutual is the biggest insurer for the fossil fuel industry. Without insurance, pipelines will not be built.
Everyone, please let Liberty Mutual know how you feel about their bad behavior in insurance dirty and dangerous new fossil fuel projects. It's time to tear down the pillars of social license.
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#peoplesbailout Digital Rally
Sunday 3:30 
Stacey Abrams + Rev. William Barber

Tune in at http://ClimateJusticeAlliance.org/coronavirus  or use this 
ZOOM https://zoom.us/j/316454853
Tonight! Join in anytime
To join Zoom meeting, use this link https://zoom.us/j/203568129
Lets get together tonight!
Monday, March 23. 7-8:30 PM  VIRTUAL MEETING via ZOOM 
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We are ON for Monday evening! Hope you can join in.
You are warmly invited to join Climate Action Now for a Virtual Gathering on Monday, March 23 from 7 to 8:30 pm

Ben Hellerstein, State Director for Environment Mass, will update us on the ongoing campaign to win a statewide, economy-wide commitment to 100% renewable energy, share his perspective on how to keep on building the movement for climate action given the current public health emergency & lead us in a lively Q&A session.

We will have space & time to check in with each other in small groups & will hear updates about working groups, WMA Community Mutual Aid Network & ways to stay connected.

To join Zoom meeting, use this link  https://zoom.us/j/203568129

Or To connect by phone call: 1-646-558-8656
ID: 203 568 129#

Some tips for making Zoom work for you on this page: 
http://climateactionnowma.org/some-tips-for-making-zoom-work-for-you

*Statement from Climate Action Now on Continuing to Work for Climate Justice While Protecting Public Health & Well Being*

Dear Climate Action Now Community,

In this time of public health emergency we commit to continuing our care for the health & well-being of each other & those around us. We are determined to stay connected during this time of crisis, despite the challenge of staying in community without being in each other’s physical presence.

Together we will respond to this rapidly-changing crisis. Our intention is to use this time to deepen relationships, expand our knowledge & skills in new directions & provide support to each other. The Steering Committee is shifting Climate Action Now into 100% online/phone communication for the duration of the COVID-19 epidemic.

We will continue to have our Monthly Gatherings via Zoom. Our working groups will connect through online meeting spaces. Our ideas include offering support circles, welcoming newcomers, reading/study groups & skill sharing to upgrade our social media skills. We are staying closely connected & in solidarity with all of our sister organizations.

The COVID-19 epidemic poses challenges like those we will see more & more with the intensifying climate emergency. We can choose how we respond; as individuals, as communities, as organizations and as governments. Think about the drastic changes we have made on the local, national & global level in just the past few weeks. Both these crises offer the possibility for paradigm shifts. How do we, in this moment, begin to explore new pathways to bring about the transformational change we all long for?

Another world is not only possible, she is on her way. On a quiet day, I can hear her breathing (Arundhati Roy).

We would love to hear your thoughts and ideas. Please email us at climateactionnowmass@gmail.com
Photo: Rene Theberge
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*Statement from Climate Action Now on Continuing to Work for Climate Justice While Protecting Public Health & Well Being*

Dear Climate Action Now Community,

In this time of public health emergency we commit to continuing our care for the health & well-being of each other & those around us. We are determined to stay connected during this time of crisis, despite the challenge of staying in community without being in each other’s physical presence.

Together we will respond to this rapidly-changing crisis. Our intention is to use this time to deepen relationships, expand our knowledge & skills in new directions & provide support to each other. The Steering Committee is shifting Climate Action Now into 100% online/phone communication for the duration of the COVID-19 epidemic.

We will continue to have our Monthly Gatherings via Zoom. Our working groups will connect through online meeting spaces. Our ideas include offering support circles, welcoming newcomers, reading/study groups & skill sharing to upgrade our social media skills. We are staying closely connected & in solidarity with all of our sister organizations.

The COVID-19 epidemic poses challenges like those we will see more & more with the intensifying climate emergency. We can choose how we respond; as individuals, as communities, as organizations and as governments. Think about the drastic changes we have made on the local, national & global level in just the past few weeks. Both these crises offer the possibility for paradigm shifts. How do we, in this moment, begin to explore new pathways to bring about the transformational change we all long for?

Another world is not only possible, she is on her way. On a quiet day, I can hear her breathing (Arundhati Roy).

We would love to hear your thoughts and ideas. Please email us at climateactionnowmass@gmail.com
Photo: Rene Theberge
... See MoreSee Less

*Statement from Climate Action Now on Continuing to Work for Climate Justice While Protecting Public Health & Well Being*

Dear Climate Action Now Community,
 
In this time of public health emergency we commit to continuing our care for the health & well-being of each other & those around us. We are determined to stay connected during this time of crisis, despite the challenge of staying in community without being in each other’s physical presence.
 
Together we will respond to this rapidly-changing crisis. Our intention is to use this time to deepen relationships, expand our knowledge & skills in new directions & provide support to each other. The Steering Committee is shifting Climate Action Now into 100% online/phone communication for the duration of the COVID-19 epidemic. 
 
We will continue to have our Monthly Gatherings via Zoom. Our working groups will connect through online meeting spaces. Our ideas include offering support circles, welcoming newcomers, reading/study groups & skill sharing to upgrade our social media skills. We are staying closely connected & in solidarity with all of our sister organizations.  
 
The COVID-19 epidemic poses challenges like those we will see more & more with the intensifying climate emergency.  We can choose how we respond; as individuals, as communities, as organizations and as governments. Think about the drastic changes we have made on the local, national & global level in just the past few weeks. Both these crises offer the possibility for paradigm shifts. How do we, in this moment, begin to explore new pathways to bring about the transformational change we all long for? 
 
Another world is not only possible, she is on her way. On a quiet day, I can hear her breathing  (Arundhati Roy).
   
We would love to hear your thoughts and ideas. Please email us at  climateactionnowmass@gmail.com
Photo: Rene Theberge
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