Climate Week enthusiasm is gaining steam
In second year, event offers marketplace, walks, and talks
Instead of dismantling their holiday decorations next week, Brookline activists and friends are gearing up for the second annual Climate Week January 21-29. And even the organizers are surprised at the level of enthusiasm the week is already generating. “This year, people are calling us,’’ said Mary Dewart, Climate Week co-chair. Climate Week will include fresh, local produce at a much-talked-about Winter Marketplace, activities for children, an arts stroll, workshops on winterizing, a reading by Frances Moore Lappe of Diet for a Small Planet fame, and opportunities to recycle.