Stand Up Now for Our Future

Thanks to everyone for organizing and participating in Brookline’s 5th Annual Climate Week events and displays. In spite of the extreme weather, many events were well attended and offered inspiring opportunities to focus and stand up and take climate action. 


Can everyone do something to mitigate climate change? Visit for updates on action steps for both working groups and individual initiatives.

Two rescheduled events include:

Monday March 9

Putting Money Where Our Future Is: Strategies for Divesting and Investing 
Find out what you can do to challenge the fossil fuel dominance of our economy and climate future by making both ethically based and smart economic decisions now. Leaders Sidni Frederick from Divest Harvard, Geoffrey Supran of FossilFree MIT, Chris Fox of Ceres and Stephanie Leighton, Trillium Asset Management  inspire individuals, institutions, and communities to make strategic investment decisions.
Brookline Town Hall, 333 Washington Street

Saturday, February 28

Sustainability Day at the Rink

Join Brookline Recreation at the Jack Kirrane Rink to skate and see how the rink “goes green!”  Skate and find out about choices that make a difference and reduce your fossil fuel emissions in your everyday life. Regular entrance fees apply for both residents and non residents. Regular skating fees apply.
Jack Kirrane Rink, Larz Anderson Park, 15 Newton Street

Two remaining events to be rescheduled:  

The Muddy River Project Walking Tour.

Germinating Social Change: How Ideas Spread and Grow

For full original event descriptions and schedule click here
All events and displays are free and open to the public unless noted.
Weather: events are held unless the town declares an official snow emergency
Updates: check back here for display, event and snow emergency updates.
Participate: Brookline's 5th Annual Climate Week is a collaboration of Climate Action Brookline and a wide range of community partners, organizers and volunteers. We are working together to engage and grow a town wide climate movement. To become involved or for questions contact:
or visit