Category: Green Sanctuary
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The UUSA has participated in the Source to Sea Clean Up for many years – and it is making a difference. The Source to Sea Clean Up, sponsored by the Connecticut River … read more.
Make Your Voice Be Heard on Climate Change
As we observe the impacts of the current COVID-19 pandemic, it is clear that our government at every level is unprepared for current threats to our well-being. I believe that climate change is another such threat on the … read more.
Gordon Wyse is on the Green Sanctuary Committee and presented this homily at The UUSA Earth Day service (April 19, 2020). It comes from an essay co-written by Margaret Bullitt-Jonas and Leah D. Schade, co-editors of the book Rooted and Rising: Voices of Courage … read more.
As we observe the impacts of the current covid-19 pandemic, it is clear that our government at every level is unprepared for current threats to our well-being. Climate change is another such threat on the near horizon. Climate change is expected to contribute to more … read more.
Green Sanctuary March Action Table President Trump has already dismantled important environmental protections. Now he wants to do something even worse: to weaken the National Environmental Protection Act. Public comments are invited now, ending on March 10. You can submit your comments at … read more.
Voters concerned about climate change have a wide variety of
policy proposals from candidates for President in 2020. There are more in-depth
proposals than have existed in any previous presidential election. All
Democratic candidates would rejoin the Paris Agreement, plan to remove fossil
fuel subsidies and are targeting carbon … read more.
Exciting news from the Green Sanctuary Committee
about the Town of Amherst and its work to reduce energy use
As you know, we have a climate crisis to solve. Our planet needs to stop using fossil fuels by 2050, if not earlier, in order to limit global … read more.
The Common Share Food Co–op is coming to town! The Co-op now has 645 members and needs 1000 total
to secure funding and move ahead with plans for a store in Amherst.
The store will feature local, organic, sustainably grown produce, meat and dairy products, as well … read more.