GreeningRozzie Blog

Carbon-Free Boston: the right idea but not enough urgency

By Tom Macdonald

I read that Wallace Broeker, “the grandfather of climate science”, died on February 18th at the age of 87. He coined the phrase “global warming” in 1975 and warned us then of its dangerous implications. The IPCC report published last fall is a belated  official wake up call
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Our mission is to make Roslindale a greener, more sustainable and more cohesive community.

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Volunteer work session to help the young trees planted at the Roslindale Village commuter rail station

In 2012, GreeningRozzie volunteers planted 10 trees at the commuter rail site. Since that time we’ve watered and tended to the trees. Join us on this years spring workday. We’ll weed out to the tree drip line and fortify the trees with compost and mulch. All volunteers and tree-lovers welcome. Please bring garden gloves and tools for weeding.

When: Sunday, April 28, 2 to 4 pm

Where: Roslindale Village commuter rail station upper parking lot

More Info: contact Laura Dowd at if you plan to come or if you have questions.

Interested in having a plot in the Healy Community Garden? Apply online. You can also apply in person at the Roslindale Ranch Library.

Join The Memory Tree Project and care for a street tree in memory of a loved one. You’ll be honoring a loved one, helping to reduce Roslindale’s carbon footprint, and beautifying the neighborhood! Sign up here if you'd like to be part of this project.

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