Peabody

Organize & Plan for Clean Energy

Submitted by Jerry Halberstadt on Fri, 04/29/2022 - 13:38

To save the planet for all life and our grandchildren, we need to organize, protest, and be at the table to plan our local clean energy solutions. Starting with our protests against a new gas and oil-powered electrical generator, we are now engaged with changing laws & regulations and demanding to empower citizens in long-term planning. Progress is won with organization, diligent research, technical knowledge, and creating new partnerships.

Can We Awaken in Time From Madness and Denial?

Submitted by Jerry Halberstadt on Fri, 04/22/2022 - 15:10

Story: Judith Black; Photography: Jerry Halberstadt


We are sleepwalking to climate catastrophe—can we awaken from this nightmare? On April 16, 19, and 21 we climate activists stood out in Peabody Square to say that a new fossil fuel facilities in the year 2022 is an example of

“immoral and economic madness.”— UN Secretary-General António Guterres

Fasting for the Future in Peabody

Submitted by Jerry Halberstadt on Thu, 03/24/2022 - 14:58

Children holding sign, LLuveia and Amaya Luz Segura-Leigh


Credo of the hunger strikers

Do we want a livable planet for ourselves, our children and grandchildren?

 This peaker plant, built, would be another nail in the coffin of a livable future. This peaker plant stopped is the beginning of a swift transition to a better tomorrow.

"Fierce" Grandparents Urge Public, Governor to Adopt Renewable Energy

Submitted by Jerry Halberstadt on Tue, 09/14/2021 - 02:47

Breathe Clean North Shore demonstrated early on the evening of Monday, September 13, 2021 against the Peabody peaker plant during a political gathering attended by Governor Charlie Baker at the Brothers Restaurant on Main Street in downtown Peabody. Carrying signs and distributing flyers, demonstrators staked out both the front and rear entrances, and managed to get the Governor to accept a flyer as he rushed past them.