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THE TIME IS NOW

Canton Residents for a Sustainable, Equitable Future 

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Canton Residents for A Sustainable, Equitable Future is a 501(c)(4) non-profit organization. Our tax ID # is 84-1849871

Canton Residents for a Sustainable, Equitable Future (CR4SEF), or "Sustainable Canton," works to address the accelerating climate crisis and mitigate its effects by promoting public engagement through education and thoughtful action. The volunteer organization is determined to advance environmental justice, standing in support of frontline communities and those most heavily impacted by the effects of environmental hazards and climate change.

 

CR4SEF collaborates with local, state, and national groups to advance the rapid transition to a resilient, renewable/green, equitable society, economy and sustainable environment—working in coalition toward a livable future for everyone.

 

The group welcomes Canton-area residents of all ages and backgrounds to join in "acting locally," on an array of impactful initiatives at any given time.  

 

JOIN A COMMITTEE!
Want to make a difference? Email Jen Wexler at  jenwexshayndle@gmail.com to take action, such as:
 
  • Build a local Climate Action Plan

  • Publicize Municipal Energy

  • Aggregation (MEA) Program

  • Advance Legislation & Support Bold Climate Candidates

ARCHIVED IN-PERSON MEETING MINUTES

August 5,2020 
Virtual Board Meeting
June 10,2020 
CR4SEF Meeting Minutes
March 29, 2020
CR4SEF Meeting Minutes
February 9, 2020
CR4SEF Meeting Minutes
 
MARCH TO END FOSSIL FUELS 

 

On Sept 17th in NYC, before the UN Climate Ambition Summit, Canton residents joined 75,000 concerned citizens from across the U.S. to demand a climate emergency!

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Read the Associated Press Article here.

Canton High School Students held a sister march locally. Read the Canton Citizen article.

CR4SEF was instrumental in the Town developing a plan for a voluntary consumer electricity aggregation program. The Canton Electricity Choice program rolls out in 2023.

Learn more and read the update below.

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SELECT BOARD CANDIDATES 

2024 -- CR4SEF-endorsed Select Board candidate Trish Boyden wins a seat!

2023 -- The responses of the two candidates who replied are posted here [LINK TO FULL RESPONSES AND ADDITIONAL BACKGROUND}. 

CLIMATE BILL ADVOCACY

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As part of the  Mass Power Forward coalition, CR4SEF, along with CHS students, gave valentines to Rep Bill Galvin and State Senator Paul Feeney (office staff shown here) urging that they "Love Our Planet" by co-sponsoring important MA climate legislation.

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Bills that move us toward an equitable, sustainable future:

  • SD.1180 / HD.2474 Act to improve outdoor and indoor air quality for communities burdened by pollution

  • SD.505 / HD.4024 An Act Relative to Energy Facilities Siting Reform to Address Environmental Justice, Climate, and Public Health

  • SD.1079 / HD.1581 An Act to create access to justice

  • HD.776/SD.500 An Act establishing a zero carbon renovation fund

  • HD.2535 Building Justice with Jobs Act 

  • SD.1925/HD.3794 An Act establishing a moratorium on new gas system expansion

  • SD.2366 / HD.3460 Polluters Pay

EARTH DAY 2023 EVENT
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EARTH DAY 2024 EVENT

 
EARTH DAY 2022 EVENT
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NO COMPRESSOR / FRRACS

 

Read The Boston Globe 12/13/20 Spotlight investigation:  In Weymouth, A Brute Lesson in Power Politics

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PLASTIC BAG REDUCTION

Helpful Tips Brochure:

Transition to Reusable Bags

 

In May 2019 at Town Meeting, Canton became the 112th MA town to pass a plastic bag reduction by-law that helps mitigate climate change and pollution. More than 50% of the state's has banned single-use plastic bags at the point of sale.Read letters from supporting organizations here.

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