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Welcome to Sustainable Arlington

We act on the local level to promote climate stabilization and other important environmental goals.  

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Parker McMullen Bushman

Arlington EcoWeek Keynote Speaker

EcoWeek and Community Conversations featured speaker, Parker McMullen Bushman will engage us in exploring who feels welcome in our local conservation areas, who is represented in outdoor recreation activities, and what needs to change so that everyone is included in protecting and enjoying our natural world. Register Here.

 

Excerpt from Ms. Bushman's bio:

Parker McMullen Bushman is the Colorado State University Director of Extension for the City and County of Denver. Her background in the education, conservation, outdoor recreation, and interpretive fields spans over 23+ years. She has a Master of Natural Resources from the University of Wisconsin Stevens Point, with a focus in Environmental Education and Interpretation.

Read more: May 11 @ 7 pm. OUTDOORS FOR ALL, A Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Focus

Air Quality Report Permit Hearing for Weymouth Compressor Station

Support Fore River Residents Against the Compressor Station (FRRACS) and Weymouth residents at the appeal of the air quality permit for the Enbridge/Spectra compressor station planned for Weymouth. 

1) Pack the hearing! Wed, May 15, 9 am, DEP, 1 Winter St, Boston.

Join FRRACS at the hearing at 9am and the Mothers Out Front press conference at 11:55 am in front of the DEP on Winter St. RSVP here. 

2) Call Governor Baker’s office on May 15 and demand he stop the Weymouth Compressor Station. Here's all the info and a sample script.

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Addressing carbon emissions from transportation -- America’s second largest source -- is increasingly urgent. Support a national effort to limit transportation emissions: http://bit.ly/1TNZzSU [from MASSPIRG]

 

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