Creating a Legacy of Change
Elders Climate Action is a non-partisan movement of elders committed to making our voices heard.
We are determined to change our nation’s energy policies while there is still time to avoid catastrophic changes in the earth’s climate.
Because of this concern and because we vote consistently, elders are in a unique position to influence national policy.
We are committed to using our voices, our votes, and our collective power to push for policies that will
reduce greenhouse gases to a level consistent with life thriving on our planet.
Following three months of structured strategic conversations, ECA Mass is poised to put important strategic insights into practice. We are focused on three different approaches at this time – structured experiments in program design, development of an effe...Read More
July 8th – Arnie Epstein. As the state’s two year legislative cycle winds down at the end of July, the fate of much energy and climate legislation remains cloudy. On the Senate side, an Energy Omnibus was introduced by Senator Pacheco earlier this year...Read More
by Mitch Anthony and Paul Dryfoos. A majority of the American public believes that climate change is real, human-caused, dangerous, and in need of action to reduce emissions and manage impacts. Despite these beliefs, very few are actively engaged in pra...Read More
by Michael Sales. Moving ECA Mass to become more of a networked and networking organization was one of the primary themes of our strategic planning work throughout the winter. The opportunity of this approach for our organization and for each of us as i...Read More
We hope you'll join Elders Climate Action for a new Webinar Series: Elders Standing for a Sustainable & Just World featuring guest speakers Heather Booth, Bob Inglis, Nathaniel Stinnett and Katharine Hayhoe. Join us for these important conversations ab...Read More
In New England, we usually know in advance when peaks will occur. demand forecasts take many factors into account including weather. Energy consumers can create an alternative way to meet peak demand by reducing our energy usage. We can do that by simple e...Read More