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Preserving Our Past by Protecting Our Future

Our Mission and Vision

We are a community organization working to reduce waste and pollution and achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2040. Our vision is a vibrant and engaged community actively addressing the climate crisis to ensure our town and planet are habitable and safe for future generations.

No-Cost Home Energy Assessment

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Sustainable Marblehead has teamed up with HomeWorks Energy to offer no-cost Home Energy Assessments.

Your home may qualify for same-day instant savings measures like:

  • No-cost programmable thermostats

  • No-cost faucet aerators and water-saving shower heads

  • No-cost advanced power strips

Click here to schedule your assessment and Sustainable Marblehead will get a donation for every completed Home Energy Assessment.

Read more.

Events

January 22, 2022, 10am

Marblehead Explorers Club

at Steer Swamp  

Organized by the

Sustainable Marblehead

Education Working Group  

 

We will meet at the Barry St. entrance. Please sign up so we know how many will attend. Our nature walk will include a winter tracking activity led by Colleen Parenteau.

We are excited to see you there! 

 

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Use reusable cloth bags for produce.

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10 Simple Things You Can

Do for the Planet

SM Position on Peaker Plant

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Sustainable Marblehead recognizes MMWEC’s obligation to provide adequate power to meet peak demand. At the same time, the cost and capacity of battery storage has changed dramatically during the six years since the project was first designed in 2015. Click here for recent article. 

 

We request that MMWEC further pause this project and allow for third-party analysis.

 

Click here for the full statement

Trees and ARPA Funding

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As WickeLocal.com reported, Sustainable Marblehead’s Tree group has asked the Board of Selectmen to allocate a portion of the American Rescue Plan Act COVID relief funding to create a public tree management and implementation plan, as well as funding more tree planting in 2022. Towns like Salem and Newton are doing this. Marblehead’s ARPA working group is considering uses for our $6 million in ARPA funds. If you agree with Sustainable Marblehead’s tree request, please send ARPA working group members an email, along these lines.

Our Working Groups