It’s the last episode of this season of Stories from the Frontlines!
After talking about seven local energy fights across the Northeast, we’re bringing all the pieces together to discuss the energy grid as a whole. What exactly is ISO-NE, how is it keeping us hooked on fossil fuels, and what does a better energy future look like? Alice Arena (Fore River Residents Against the Compressor Station), John Walkey (GreenRoots), and Monte Pearson (350 Massachusetts) share their personal experiences and their energy expertise.
Stories from the Frontlines will be taking a break for a little while, but next season we’ll be back with stories about waste issues in the Northeast!
Learn more about the regional Fix the Grid campaign at https://fixtheisogrid.wordpress.com/.
Fore River Residents Against the Compressor Station:
Check out FRRACS’ website at https://www.nocompressor.com/. You can also find the group on Facebook (Fore River Residents Against the Compressor Station) and on Twitter (@FRRACS_MA).
You can contact Alice and FRRACS by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can support the campaign by checking out GreenRoots’ website (http://www.greenrootschelsea.org/), and finding the group on Facebook (GreenRootsChelsea) or Twitter (@GreenRootsEJ). You can sign up for the mailing list at http://www.greenrootschelsea.org/signup and join the Facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/132951814006894/. Check out #NoEastieSubstation and #Neversource on Twitter for relevant content.
Check out 350 Mass on their website at https://350mass.betterfutureproject.org/, on Facebook (350 Mass for a Better Future), on Twitter (@350Mass), or on Instagram (@350mass).
Learn more about Community Action Works on our website: https://communityactionworks.org/.
We’re also on Facebook (Community Action Works), Twitter (@ComActionWorks), and Instagram (@ComActionWorks).