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CALL to ACTION: 
Wed, MAY 29 late afternoon Springfield
Details to follow
Notice: Extinction Rebellion Western Mass. 
First Organizing meeting: Amherst.  

Monday May 20. 7 pm. UMass Campus - Herter Hall. 

#ClimateEmergency #ExtinctionRebellion #climateCrisis #WesternMass

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Note from XR Western MA: Meet in the Herter Hall UMass-Amherst lobby by the elevators. They will put up a sign in the lobby with whatever room number we end up in. For questions, you can contact xr_western_mass@protonmail.com

We'll find out where and put it here asap

Where in Herter Hall? Big place.

XR is just what WMass needs. We especially love the youthful energy, creativity and theater.

TODAY - Gardener - Speak out at Mass Department of Energy Resources Hearings
Contact droitman1@verizon.net for car pooling

Should burning trees & garbage count as clean energy? Should our state clean energy $$ go to burning trees?

Massachusetts' Renewable Energy Portfolio Standard (RPS) was one of the first programs in the nation that required a certain percentage of the state's electricity to come from renewable energy.

The proposed rules change will allow Biomass to take clean energy subsidies that currently go to solar and wind, and allow electric companies to count biomass as a clean energy source.

May 17 Gardner
1 to 3 p.m. at Mount Wachusett Community College,
444 Green St. in Gardner.

Contact droitman1@verizon.net for car pooling

Visit http://www.pfpi.net/ma-bioenergy-backgrounder for details & more about how the Baker Administration is aggressively promoting polluting biomass

Partnership For Policy Integrity offers a point-by-point rebuttal to a misleading industry-led letter attacking our claims about the impacts of burning biomass

Gardner Speak out Biomass at DOER Public Hearing, carpoolFriday May 17th - 1:00pmGardnerTODAY - Gardener - Speak out at Mass Department of Energy Resources Hearings
Contact droitman1@verizon.net for car pooling

Should burning trees & garbage count as clean energy? Should our state clean energy $$ go to burning trees?

Massachusetts' Renewable Energy Portfolio Standard (RPS) was one of the first programs in the nation that required a certain percentage of the state's electricity to come from renewable energy.

The proposed rules change will allow Biomass to take clean energy subsidies that currently go to solar and wind, and allow electric companies to count biomass as a clean energy source.

May 17 Gardner
1 to 3 p.m. at Mount Wachusett Community College,
444 Green St. in Gardner.

Contact droitman1@verizon.net for car pooling

Visit
www.pfpi.net/ma-bioenergy-backgrounder for details & more about how the Baker Administration is aggressively promoting polluting biomass

Partnership For Policy Integrity offers a point-by-point rebuttal to a misleading industry-led letter attacking our claims about the impacts of burning biomass
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Gardner Speak out Biomass at DOER Public Hearing, carpool
Location change for Thur 5/16

NEW LOCATION!! for Thu 5/16 RPS/Biomass hearing:
UMass Amherst,
Integrated Science Building, Room 221
661 North Pleasant Street
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Please consider signing this petition to 
tell Gov. Baker to stop subsidizing polluting biomass energy & garbage 
 
No expansion of polluting wood-burning power plants and furnaces 

Worsens air pollution & emits more carbon than fossil fuels
Increases logging pressures on Mass’  forests
Disproportionately impacts environmental justice communities

Petition here:
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc01F9FFwnTJohfLxzOf1uaswb9JLrfw50Zd7YCT0jAZ5UkfQ/viewform
NEW LOCATION for Thursday 5/16  UMass hearing: 
UMass Amherst, 
Integrated Science Building, Room 221                                                                                               
 661 North Pleasant Street

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LOCATION CHANGE FOR Thu MAY 16 UMass: different building: The Department of Energy Resources (“DOER”) wishes to notify stakeholders that the location of tomorrow’s public hearing on the RPS Class I and RPS Class II Regulations on May 16th has been moved on the UMass Amherst campus from the Olver Design Building to the following location: Location: UMass Amherst, Integrated Science Building, Room 221 661 North Pleasant Street Amherst, MA 01003 Date: May 16, 2019 1:00 – 3:00 PM

If you plan to attend, please fill out this organizing form: docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSczi9zr_qc90ZL8B9JcokZAfzT50W20BqVPPRWkJEhya733Kw/viewform

Contact droitman1@verizon.net for car pooling to the Gardener Hearing Go to this page for details about preparation for hearings: www.pfpi.net/ma-bioenergy-backgrounder

Livestream Sunrise Road to a  #GreenNewDeal - last stop of the tour in DC. Tonight with  guest speaker Alexadria Ocasio-Cortez and much more. Get the link here https://www.sunrisemovement.org/livestream-dc-stop
Speak Out About Biomass at DOER Public Hearing
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