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Climate Summer met with the Pedal People of Northampton. They are a cooperative that uses bikes to collect trash, recycling, and compost.
One of our main goals at Climate Summer is movement building. Worcester presented a huge challenge: as the second-largest city in New England, it is culturally, intellectually, and economically diverse. More than that, there is a growing environmental consciousness here, … Continue reading
Written by Emily Edgerly, Outreach Coordinator, Team Massachusetts A banner on the church read, “Climate Change is a Moral Issue.” After biking for forty miles, this banner was able to renew our tired and parched bodies. We continued on to … Continue reading
Written by Becky Palermo, Media Coordinator, Team Massachusetts The Massachusetts team recently had our first taste of real climate change: the basement of the church we were staying at (you know, where we’re sleeping on the floor) was flooded after … Continue reading
Written by Aaron Morales, New Media Coordinator, Team Massachusetts Lexington, MA is an amazing town with very powerful people. We were met with a potluck, which had so much food that we were able to pack it all and eat … Continue reading
Written by Hillary Bernhardt, Video Coordinator, Team New Hampshire What is a bicycle, but an aluminum frame, rubber wheels, spokes, peddles, and handle bars? What is the act of biking but, a series of steady rotations to transport the rider … Continue reading