Climate activists lead takeover of the ISO-New England Consumer Liaison Group.
SAFE Submits Comments on Wind Port
SAFE submitted a letter with our comments on the Crowley application to build out the wind port to the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs.
“We Have to Create a Sense That There’s Enough for Us All” – Building the Just Transition to Offshore Wind in Salem
In this interview, SAFE's Pat Gozemba and Bonnie Bain discuss what SAFE is doing to ensure that the offshore wind industry provides quality jobs to Salem's environmental justice community.
Now that Salem is firmly on the path to becoming one of the nation’s few offshore wind (OSW) power ports, maybe we should be thinking of the other ways we could be reaping the tremendous power of the ocean.
Wind Energy Summer Camp
This summer, Salem high school student Jessica Valatka got a chance to attend a weeklong summer program where she was introduced to the future of energy generation: offshore wind.
SAFE Is Hiring
The Offshore Wind (OSW) Fellow will support SAFE’s Outreach & Education efforts to engage with residents, partners, schools, and the city to bring about a just transition as our port is redeveloped.
Wind for Future Generations / Viento para las futura generaciones
Join us October 6, 7 pm, on Zoom Traducción al español disponible. This is our second in a series of free webinars introducing the community to job opportunities related to Salem's port and the coming offshore wind operations and maintenance yard. This one focuses on our students, the professionals who guide them, and community members … Continue reading Wind for Future Generations / Viento para las futura generaciones
Salem Takes Steps to Join State Pilot Program that Could Limit Use of Fossil Fuels in New Buildings
Salem is requesting a home rule petition in order for the city to participate in the state's pilot program.
An Intro to Wind Industry Jobs
September 8 online event offers peak into future careers and jobs sparked by Salem port development.
Why supporting sustainability is good for the economy
by Kate Enderlin Kate Enderlin, a SAFE advisory board member, along with several other SAFE members, recently met with Representative Paul Tucker to discuss environmental issues. Kate offered her perspective on the environment and the economy. Rep. Tucker found her remarks so insightful, he suggested she publish them — and that’s what we’re doing. I … Continue reading Why supporting sustainability is good for the economy