Green Sanctuary /350MA Collaboration in Defense of the Web of Life
In September 2013, our Old Ship Green Sanctuary Team, out of concern for the rapid advance of global warming and the uneven response nationally and in the community at large, decided to join forces with 350MA to actively confront barriers to the mitigation of climate change. Our mission is to bear witness to the dangers of global warming through demonstration; education, political activism (legislative and local), and respectful non-violent civil disobedience. Our local Old Ship Green Sanctuary / 350MA group serves as the “South Shore Node” of this growing statewide grassroots network based in Cambridge and managed by Better Future Project. We meet Monday evenings twice monthly in the Whiton room of the Hingham Public Library.
Contact Person: Turner Bledsoe
Showing of Do the Math a powerful documentary showing how the continuing use of fossil fuels threatens to make the Earth inhospitable to all - and how we can act to protect it.
When: Sunday Feb. 9, 3-4:30 p.m.
Where: Glastonbury Abbey, 16 Hull St., Hingham.
The program will include a discussion period and refreshments following the film and is being presented by 350MA, South Shore, an organization dedicated to promoting an early transition from fossil fuels to sustainable energy sources, through education, legislation and grass roots activism. This is a job that requires we all take part.
If you are coming or have questions contact Turner Bledsoe