Our Campaigns

The campaigns we work on are always changing, as we respond to the changing nature of both climate change and the tactics of the climate change movement. Here are a few of our ongoing campaigns:

Keystone XL Pipeline

A Climate Justice Plan for Springfield

Divestment

No New Fossil Fuel Infrastructure: Towards a Green Massachusetts

Carbon Pricing

A Climate Justice Plan for Springfield

Update from Audrey Ortega of Arise for Social Justice on The Springfield Climate Justice Coalition (SCJC) Springfield’s air quality was given an “F” rating by the EPA and its effects are seen in the high rates of asthma and other respiratory illnesses that our residents suffer.  This is one of many compelling reasons why Arise …

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Divestment

The Fossil Fuel Divest MA campaign of 350MA supports efforts to remove fossil fuel companies from institutional endowments, organizational investments, and public employee retirement trust funds. State Level Goal: Pass state legislation (S.1225) to divest the Massachusetts Pension Reserves Investment Trust of fossil fuel assets.Sign the petition! Municipal Level Goal: Enact municipal resolutions directing local pension boards to …

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Fair Carbon Pricing

Given a constantly shifting political and environmental landscape, our campaign strategies are often changing. Make sure to check out the posts on the front page as well as our weekly newsletter to make sure you’ve got the latest scoop! Most economists agree that putting a price on carbon is the most efficient way to reduce …

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Keystone XL Pipeline

Like many of our campaigns, the fight against Keystone XL changes quickly, so make sure to check out the current posts on the front page, as well as updates in our newsletter, to get the latest. The purpose of this campaign is to organize opposition to the Keystone XL Pipeline which would carry diluted bitumen …

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ReNEWable MASS

  To prevent catastrophic climate change, we need to stop using almost all fossil fuels worldwide by 2050. Here in Massachusetts, we need to take the lead by stopping the development of all new fossil fuel infrastructure. This includes the use of fracked gas, which has been falsely advertised as a clean and natural “bridge fuel” …

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