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Tweet Now to call attention to the Weymouth Compressor Violations

Tweet Now to call attention to the Weymouth Compressor Violations

Our fellow 350 Mass member, BU professor and tireless climate activist, Nathan Phillips, began a hunger strike this past Wednesday to call attention to serious public health and safety violations occurring at the site of the ill-conceived Weymouth Compressor Station.

More than a 100 hours into his hunger strike, Nathan is doing well, and getting lots of support. We can amplify his action by making social media posts and calls to the Governor and MA Department of Environmental Protection Commissioner Suuberg to take action on Nathan’s simple demands. You can find more information on Nathan’s hunger strike in his personal statement here

Send a tweet now!

Here are the main points to include in your social media posts and calls:

  • “Please call Gov. Baker’s office 617-725-4005 and DEP Commissioner Suuberg’s office 617-292-5500, and say, ‘I am calling to urge you to meet the three demands that will allow the ongoing hunger strike of Nathan Phillips to end.’”
  • “No new fossil fuel infrastructure in MA!”
  • “When our government works for corporations, not people, we need to take urgent action that meets the scale of the crisis. We are calling on Gov. Baker and DEP Comm. Suuberg to meet the three demands that will allow the ongoing hunger strike of Nathan Phillips to end.”

Hashtags:

#NoWeymouthCompressor #Hunger4JusticeMA #mapoli

People/Organizations to tag:

Allies: 350 Mass (@350Mass), Fore River Residents Against the Compressor Station (@FRRACS_MA), Nathan Phillips (@nathanpboston)

Targets: DEP (@MassDEP), Gov. Baker (@MassGovernor)

In solidarity,
Vignesh Ramachandran for 350 Mass

350ma.org

Legislative Actions

Time critical actions:

Municipal Sustainability Checklist

We have created a municipal “sustainability checklist” that can help towns compare what they are doing with other towns, as well as get ideas and encourage collaboration. For residents, the checklist helps understand what towns are doing and not doing, as well as set priorities for local advocacy. For organizers, the checklist is an excellent tool to organize local groups around, and to build networks of people who care about sustainability.

Click here for details.