WRSE visits the Ohrenberger 4th grade

In March WRSE was invited to participate in the Ohrenberger’s fourth grade “Energy Unit” by MassAudubon visiting teacher Jaimy George. Read More »

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Double Exposure: Photographing Climate Change

WRSE presents long-time Boston Globe journalist David Arnold, who shows before-and-after paired images of glaciers and coral reefs. See for yourself. October 19 at 7 pm at Theodore Parker Church, West Roxbury. Read More »

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Moving Planet Day: September 24

On September 24, on the streets of Boston, join a worldwide event—Moving Planet—calling on our elected leaders, businesses, and communities to get serious about moving beyond fossil fuels. WRSE is organizing our neighborhood to participate. Read More »

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Rox Diner wins Mayor Menino’s 2011 “Sustainable Food Leader” award

In a new category this year for the Mayor’s annual Green Leadership Awards, the Rox Diner was recognized for its many sustainable food initiatives. The Awards Ceremony (photo at left courtesy patch.com) was held in Boston on April 15. Read More »

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WRSE celebrates Earth Day three ways as part of 2011 theme “A Billion Acts of Green”

An environmental book event (cosponsored with ReadBoston) on April 13 reminds us why individuals do make a difference; we visit the Lyndon after-school program on April 14 to read “10 Things I Can Do to Help My World” and give away reusable bags; and members participate in the Boston Shines Cleanup Days on Centre Street April 29 and 30. Read More »

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Environmental Book Event

If participation is the antidote to despair, the essays in “Hope Beneath Our Feet” will inspire you to act. Contributing authors include Michael Pollan, Bill McKibben, Barbara Kingsolver, and more. Editor Martin Keogh talked about his book on April 13 at West on Centre in an event co-sponsored by WRSE and ReadBoston. Read More »

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