9:00 AM - Registration/Breakfast
10:00 AM - Welcome
10:20 AM - Keynote, Jacqui Patterson, NAACP
11:00 AM - Communtiy Activism Awards
11:20 AM - Hall Pass
11:30 AM - Workshop Session I
- A View from the Top: The Department of Environmental Protection in 2015
- Political Savvy: Choosing the right decision-maker and honing your power-map
- Tell the Best Version of Your Campaign Story
- Shutting Things Down to Open Things Up: Direct Action and Building Possible Futures
- Money for the Movement: Inspiring People to Invest in Your Campaign
- Getting your message out there: How to use banners in your local campaign
- Academic-Community Partnerships: An Open Forum on Collaborative Environmental Health Research
- Down and Dirty: Restoring Ecosystems in Your Own Backyard to Reverse Global Warming
12:20 PM - Hall Pass
12:30 PM - Lunch
Petrochemical America: Guided tour of the photography exhibit
1:30 PM - Hall Pass
1:40 PM - Workshop Session II
- Go Solar, Massachusetts!
- What’s with all these pipelines and what is being done about it
- Pilgrim Nuclear Reactor- Within 50 miles from Boston, Worcester, Providence and you?
- Big Money v The Grassroots: The Fight to Make America's Democracy Fair
- Getting to Zero Waste: Thinking Beyond the Recycling Bin
- What to use when: social Media and your campaigns
- A Pesticide Free Community: How and you can get your town there
- State of the State Policy on Climate Change: where is Massachusetts Climate Change policy, and what still needs to be done?
3:10 PM - Hall Pass
3:20 PM - Workshop Session III
- What's next for the climate movement after the People's Climate March?
- Environmental Justice and #BlackLivesMatter
- Energy Efficiency From A(ir conditioning) to Z(ero net buildings)
- What is the electric grid and how does it work?
- Moving towards a cancer free economy
- Flame Retardants: An intersection of public health and public safety
4:50 PM - Reception
5:20 PM - END