An Initiative Committee of the Social Action Committee

The FCB Green Committee is charged with affirming and promoting our sense of oneness with the natural world that is at the heart of the seventh Unitarian Universalist principle, respect for the interdependent web of all existence of which we are a part. Our full charter can be found here. One of our primary goals for the 2017-18 church year is to divest from companies that contribute heavily to climate change.

Please see below for information on divestment, prepared by FCB Green:

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Green Resources

We are grateful to the First Parish UU Watertown’s Green Sanctuary Committee for allowing us to link to their green resources page:http://fpwatertown.org/our-congregation/green-sanctuary/green-resources
UUA & UUSC:    http://www.commit2respond.org/

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FCB Green Committee Charter

(Click above to read the document.)

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Primary Goals for 17-18:  

solar education, divestment education, and energy efficiency of facilities

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Annual Report 15-16 

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2015-2016 Education Events

October 18: Climate Activism in Boston (Panel)

February 28: Solar Workshop (proceeded by several weeks of

     coffee hour table education)

March 6: Co-sponsor of Merchants of Doubt Screening at

Temple Beth El, 1:30-4pm

April 24: Earth Day Service Participation

More TBA

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Co-Chairs: John Kolterman, Tom Neel; Members: Monte Allen, Ed Bing, Downing Cless, Martin Plass, Jody Renouf, Phil Thayer

Contact FCBGreen@UUBelmont.org, or contact the church office