Kaitlyn Mitchell said no to being an activist before she said yes. In fact, even after she said yes, she quit a couple of times. But each time she came back. Why? Perhaps, it was her political and community-minded upbringing.… Read more
Organizations representing high school and college students sent a letter to state officials today urging them to pass legislation that will transition Massachusetts to 100% clean, renewable sources of energy.
The COVID-19 epidemic has put most environmental activism efforts on pause for good reason. However, that does not mean that we stop completely. With the current administration also putting holds on environmental regulations, it is up to ordinary citizens like… Read more
The economy might be on hold with the situation surrounding COVID-19, but it’s not an excuse for our environment to go unprotected. Soon after America emerges from this pandemic, people will be returning to work and America will be resuming… Read more
DARTMOUTH – MassPIRG students at UMass Dartmouth are launching a campaign to encourage UMass Dartmouth to generate 100 percent of its energy from renewable sources. This campaign is part of Environment America Research & Policy Center’s national initiative to get 150 schools to commit to switching exclusively to renewable energy by 2021.
DARTMOUTH, Mass. — The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth today demonstrated its commitment to protecting the environment by vowing to achieve zero carbon emissions by 2050.
As national campus sustainability month kicks off, MASSPIRG Berkshire Community College students will launch a campaign to encourage BCC to generate 100 percent of their energy from renewable sources. This campaign is part of an initiative that aims to get 150 schools to commit to switch exclusively to renewable energy by 2021.
Boston – Activists from the millennial generation gathered at the State House today asking legislators to put Massachusetts on a path to 100% renewable energy by 2045.
AMHERST– By a massive margin, students at the University of Massachusetts Amherst voted to pass a resolution calling for the university to move toward generating 100% of its energy from renewable sources, with 92% voting yes.
Boston – A majority of state legislators have endorsed bills to transition Massachusetts to 100 percent renewable energy by 2045.