April 23, 2019
491 Pine Street
April 24, 2019
70 South East Street
April 25, 2019
100 Boltwood Avenue
April 26, 2019
68 Cowls Road
April 27, 2019
Town Green/Common located in front of The Inn on B
September 25, 2018, 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM @ Hitchcock Center for the Environment
Jacqueline Patterson is the Director of the NAACP Environmental & Climate Justice Program. Environmental injustice, including climate change, has a disproportionate impact on low-income and communities of color in the United States and world. The NAACP Environmental and Climate Justice Program was created to support community leadership in addressing this human and civil rights issue. Since 2007 Patterson has served as coordinator & co-founder of Women of Color United. Jacqui Patterson has worked as a researcher, program manager, coordinator, advocate and activist working on women’s rights, violence against women, HIV&AIDS, racial justice, economic justice, and environmental and climate justice.
This will be a workshop lunch discussion about environmental and climate justice, and how to have conversations across constituents about climate, race and the environment. Light lunch provided. This program is available thanks to funding from the Roddenberry Foundation to Hampshire College
September 25, 2018, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM @ Hitchcock Center for the Environment
Curious about electric vehicle (EVs)s? How they work, how far they can go on a charge? An increasing number of electric vehicles on the market are competitively priced and can go over 100 miles on a charge. This workshop will start with a brief ride around the parking lot in a plug-in hybrid Chevy Volt. Participants will learn about EVs and plug-in hybrid EVs available, their features and range, big incentives that bring down their purchase price, charging an EV and matching the right EV and charger with your driving habits and needs. You’ll also learn about pairing solar power for your home with the charging demands of your car, and when to charge for the lowest carbon impact. Registration and donations appreciated.
This program will be led by Sally Pick, SJP Environmental Consulting.