Cindy Keegan and Patricia A. Gozemba Are you worried about the climate emergency bearing down on us? Are you overwhelmed? Action is often the best antidote. Together we can turn this emergency into an opportunity for our city, but we need your help. SAFE members, our environmental allies, and concerned residents are rolling up their … Continue reading Re-Imagining Salem Part 2: Setting Climate Solutions Into Action
It's good to finally start hearing some good news about the climate. The big question, of course, is if we can make enough of a difference in time to prevent catastrophic climate change. Note that a few of these charts do not bear good news. Think Progress contributor Joe Romm, on Dec. 17: My candidate for the top … Continue reading 5 Climate And Clean Energy Charts From 2015 You Need To See
October 7, 7 pm First Church in Salem, 316 Essex St. Make an informed choice on the ballot questions this November. Come to the SAFE Environmental Ballot Forum 2014. Find out why local environmental groups support a NO vote on Question 1 (Gas Tax) and a YES vote on Question 2 (Bottle Bill). Speakers are … Continue reading SAFE Environmental Ballot Forum 2014
Salem continues bike-sharing program April 11, 2012 By Bethany Bray Staff Writer Salem will take its bike-sharing program for another spin after a successful pilot season. Salem Spins, a program that offers bicycles, free of charge, for use around the city, launched for the summer season last week. The city's fleet of 20 bicycles … Continue reading A SECOND CYCLE
by Matthew K. Roy, Salem News The city and Salem State University are rolling out a new bike-sharing program — Salem Spins — and it offers residents and tourists another way to get around for free. The city has two "hubs" where riders will be able to access a bike. One of them is downtown at … Continue reading Bicycle Sharing Program Starts in Salem
By Lisa Guerriero, Salem Gazette The car-sharing company Zipcar has finally arrived on the North Shore, after setting up three sites in Salem. Read more.