[act-ma] Energy (and Other) Events - December 15, 2019

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Monday, December 16

10am  Physics PhD Thesis Defense: Physics and Artificial Intelligence: Algorithms and Applications
10am  One Year Later: Reflecting on the progress and what lies ahead for the Future of Transportation Commission
6pm  Astronomy on Tap, Boston

Tuesday, December 17

5:30pm  Boston Impeach & Remove Rally
5:30pm  Pushout: The Criminalization of Black Girls in Schools Film Screening
6pm  Impeach Vote Rally
6pm  Spotlight on UN Sustainable Development Goals & Plastics
6pm  Branchfood's Annual Holiday Bash 2019
6pm  Code for Boston Demo Night 2019

Wednesday, December 18

7:30am  Boston Sustainability Breakfast
12pm  Fiscal fitness for scientists: The price you pay for ignorance
6pm  Boston Climate Strike: What's Next? Open Meeting!
7pm  Rockin’ Raiser with the Adam Ezra Group (Unplugged): A Benefit for More Than Words
7:30pm  Black Lives, Native Lands, White Worlds:A History of Slavery in New England

Thursday, December 19

12pm  Borderland Battles: Violence, Crime, and Governance at the Edges of Colombia's War
7pm  JCAN-MA [Jewish Climate Action Network-MA] meeting

Saturday, December 21

2:30pm  Solstice Celebration: A Farewell to FallS… and a welcome to winter!
7pm  Seeds of Light: The Solstice Concert


My rough notes on some of the events I go to and notes on books I’ve read are at:


Monday, December 16

Physics PhD Thesis Defense: Physics and Artificial Intelligence: Algorithms and Applications
Monday, December 16
MIT, Building 4-331,  Duboc Room, 182 Memorial Drive (Rear), Cambridge

You are cordially invited to attend the following thesis defense presented by Li Jing
Committee:   Marin Soljacic, Max Erik Tegmark, John Joannopoulos

Best of luck to Li!


One Year Later: Reflecting on the progress and what lies ahead for the Future of Transportation Commission
Monday, December 16
10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Suffolk University, Sargent Hall, 120 Tremont Street, Boston
RSVP at https://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/eventReg?oeidk=a07egqqnyana478226e&oseq=&c=&ch=

One year ago, Governor Baker’s Commission on the Future of Transportation released its recommendations for how to prepare the Massachusetts’ transportation network for the challenges of 2040. The report explored everything from the impacts of climate change to the rise of autonomous and electric vehicle technology to adopting transit-oriented land use policies.

Join us to hear members of the Commission, Mayor Kim Driscoll of Salem, and other transportation leaders reflect on the past year and consider what opportunities lie ahead to create a robust and resilient transportation system for the Commonwealth.

Coffee and networking will begin at 10:00 a.m., and the speaking portion will run from 10:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.


Astronomy on Tap, Boston
Monday, December 16
6:00 PM – 8:00 PM EST
The Asgard, 350 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge
RSVP at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/astronomy-on-tap-boston-tickets-84897541833

Learn about the Universe over a pint. Short, FREE talks about astronomy, with a side of astronomy-related news, trivia and games.

Join our Facebook event for updates at https://www.facebook.com/events/2760527300677741/

This month: Elisabeth Matthews (MIT) will tell us about "The how, where, when and why of exoplanets: understanding weird worlds around unusual stars" and Sylvia Biscoveanu (MIT) will tell us about "The Cosmic Gravitational-Wave Symphony”

As usual, we will also have astro news and astronomy-themed games with prizes! FREE and open to all levels, must be 21 or older to enter.

This event is hosted by Astronomy on Tap, Boston. Find us on social media at @aotboston, fb.com/aotboston. Sign up to our mailing list to hear about future events - send a blank email to aotboston+subscribe at googlegroups.com

Tuesday, December 17

Boston Impeach & Remove Rally
Tuesday, December 17
Boston Common, Boston
RSVP at https://www.impeach.org/event/impeach-and-remove/126226/signup/?akid=&zip=&source=sierraclub&s=0

Join Common Cause, Move On, March for Truth, Progressive Mass, Indivisible MA, and dozens of other organizations at the Boston Common at 5:30 p.m. on the night before the House votes on the impeachment of Donald J. Trump. We'll be joined by Congressman Joe Kennedy and Senator Ed Markey, (schedules allowing), Maura Healey (invited), and Governor Bill Weld. The House must vote to impeach, and the Senate must convict and remove President Trump. Staying silent is not an option. If President Trump is not held accountable and his lawlessness is not called out, it enables him and future lawless presidents. We need hundreds of thousands of citizens standing up for the rule of law on the eve of this critical vote. The date of that vote is not yet scheduled. We will specify a date for events once a vote is scheduled. Please RSVP for the event to make sure you get updates on the event. After you register, please share this with your friends and family, and help us turn out a major march in Boston. We don't yet know the exact date- but when it happens, you will want to be there. Thank you.


Pushout: The Criminalization of Black Girls in Schools Film Screening
Tuesday, December 17
5:30 PM – 8:00 PM EST
Cambridge Public Library, 449 Broadway, Cambridge
RSVP at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/pushout-the-criminalization-of-black-girls-in-schools-film-screening-tickets-84688574807

Join us for a film screening of Pushout: The Criminalization of Black Girls in Schools followed by a panel discussion. All are welcome.

Please join Love Your Magic, Inc., The Teachers' Lounge MA, and Community Charter School of Cambridge (CCSC) for a screening of Pushout: The Criminalization of Black Girls in Schools at the Cambridge Public Library, Main Branch Lecture Hall.
The screening will be followed by a panel discussion with:
Ayesha Wilson, Newly elected member of the Cambridge School Committee
Rachel Jean-Louis, CCSC Middle School Principal 
Routh Derege, 11th grade student at Cambridge Rindge and Latin School
Yodemaell St. Rose, 10th grade student at Community Charter School of Cambridge
Noelani Gabriel, Director of Student and Family Engagement at CCSC (moderator) 

Pushout: The Criminalization of Black Girls in Schools is a feature length documentary which takes a close look at the educational, judicial and societal disparities facing Black Girls. Inspired by the groundbreaking book of the same name by renowned scholar, Monique W. Morris, Ed.D., the documentary confronts the ways in which the misunderstanding of Black girlhood has led to excessive punitive discipline which in turn disrupts one of the most important factors in their lives, their education. (Film description taken from the website https://pushoutfilm.com/).


Impeach Vote Rally
Tuesday, December 17 
6 p.m.
Cambridge City Hall,  795 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge
RSVP at https://www.impeach.org/event/impeach-and-remove/125947/signup/?akid=&zip=&source=sierraclub&s=0

Cambridge Area Stronger Together (CAST) Calls on Both Houses of Congress to Do Their Jobs! Join CAST for a 6 PM Rally the night BEFORE the House Vote on Impeachment - expected to be Tuesday 12/17!! The evening before the House votes on the Articles of Impeachment, we will gather at Cambridge City Hall (795 Mass Ave.), in solidarity with people across the country, for a Rally to mark this milestone, and to share next steps for taking action.


Spotlight on UN Sustainable Development Goals & Plastics
Tuesday, December 17
6:00 PM – 8:00 PM EST
Hostelling International in Boston, 19 Stuart Street, Boston
RSVP at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/spotlight-on-un-sustainable-development-goals-plastics-tickets-71522332221

The second event in a series dedicated to exploring and advancing the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, this event focuses on plastic pollution. Join us to hear about solutions being developed and implemented by global communities – organization program highlights by Unicef.
Confirmed Panelists:
Dr. Karen Weber
IG: @bostongreenfest
Julia Burrel 
IG: @thecrazynoplasticlady
Victoria Phillips


Branchfood's Annual Holiday Bash 2019
Tuesday, December 17
6:00 PM – 9:00 PM EST
Clover Food Lab (FIN), 160 Federal Street, Boston
RSVP at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/branchfoods-annual-holiday-bash-2019-tickets-82978327411
Cost:  $25

Boston's Biggest Celebration Of Food, Entrepreneurship, And Innovation Is Back!
Branchfood and Clover Food Lab are teaming up once again to celebrate the awesome work of our city's food innovators, startups, entrepreneurs, and community! 

We'll provide a delicious spread of new menu favorites from Clover, along with beverages and treats from local food startups launching and growing in the region. Additionally, you'll get to mix and mingle with food industry professionals, entrepreneurs, investors, and more. Come hungry and ready to party! 
Join us in celebration of food and community on Tuesday, December 17th from 6 PM - 9 PM at Clover Food Lab in Boston's Financial District! 

6:00PM - 7:00PM - Networking and food tasting
7:00PM - 7:30PM - Presentations from our event partners 
7:30PM - 9:00PM - Networking, food tasting, and celebrating
Additional parking information can be found here.
Check-in when you arrive and make sure you get a gift bag! 


Code for Boston Demo Night 2019
Tuesday, December 17
6:00 PM – 9:30 PM EST
CIC Boston, 50 Milk Street, Lighthouse, 20th floor, Boston
RSVP at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/code-for-boston-demo-night-2019-tickets-79884092471

Teams from Code for Boston and affiliated organizations will demo the software projects they have been working on this year.

Code for Boston Demo Night is an opportunity to see what the results of the volunteer work that members have been putting in throughout the year.
Snacks and pizza will be served.
6 p.m. - Registration, Food, Networking
7 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. - Demos + Q&A
The following projects will demo:
Migrant Service Map
Community Connect
Safe Drinking Water
Boston Info Voice App (Alexa + 311)
Windfall Elimintation Act Awareness
8:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. - Networking
To ensure that Code for Boston is a welcoming space for all, staff and participants are held to our Code of Conduct.

All Code for Boston events are on the record by default. Participants should be made aware that they may be quoted, photographed, videotaped, and otherwise recorded. Exceptions must be agreed to by all parties present in a conversation in order for the conversation to be off the record.

Wednesday, December 18

Boston Sustainability Breakfast
Wednesday, December 18
7:30 AM - 8:30 AM EST
Pret A Manger, 101 Arch Street, Boston
RSVP at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/boston-sustainability-breakfast-tickets-72997402195

Join us every month for Net Impact Boston's informal breakfast meetup of sustainability professionals for networking, discussion, and moral support. It's important to remind ourselves that we are not the only ones out there in the business world trying to do good! Feel free to drop by Pret a Manger any time between 7:30 and 8:30 AM.


Fiscal fitness for scientists: The price you pay for ignorance
Wednesday, December 18
12:00 p.m. ET
RSVP at https://www.sciencemag.org/custom-publishing/webinars/fiscal-fitness-scientists-price-you-pay-ignorance

This webinar is brought to you by the Science/AAAS Custom Publishing Office
Fiscal fitness for scientists: The price you pay for ignorance

Diane Klotz, Ph.D., Sanford Burnham Prebys Medical Discovery Institute, San Diego, CA
Emily Roberts, Ph.D., Personal Finance for PhDs, Seattle, WA
Phil Schuman, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN
Annamaria Lusardi, Ph.D., George Washington University and the Global Financial Literacy Excellence Center
Washington, DC
Moderated by Sean Sanders, Ph.D., Science/AAAS, Washington, DC

Sponsored by Fondation IPSEN
After a decade of study and educational costs approaching half a million U.S. dollars, a young scientist endures a life of endless hours, high stress, and low pay. Furthermore, the life of a junior scientist is one of frequent relocation, often abroad. Advancement up the scientific career ladder is fraught with high stress: the need to publish, raise grant funding, and achieve tenure. Despite low pay, the long work hours make obtaining a secondary income difficult or impossible. How can a young scientist save money, organize a retirement account, and financially plan for a comfortable life and retirement? The financial pressures of being a scientist are not limited to youngsters—with tenure becoming more difficult and likely to disappear, many more senior scientists have little or no financial security either. Is poverty the right price to pay for a career in science? Listen to this webinar to get fiscally fit.

This webinar will last for approximately 60 minutes.


Boston Climate Strike: What's Next? Open Meeting!
Wednesday, December 18
6 PM – 8 PM
Old South Church in Boston, 645 Boylston Street, Boston

On Dec 6th, we showed up and demanded that our political leaders join our generation and fight for a Green New Deal! But what comes next?! We have a plan to stop the climate crisis and win a Green New Deal, and it'll take millions of young people coming together.

Join our open meeting after the December 6th Climate Strikes to hear about our strategy to stop the climate crisis and to make the Green New Deal a reality, meet some members of Sunrise Boston, meet other young people from the strikes and our community and get involved in the fight!

This meeting will take place in the Guild room of Old South Church.


Rockin’ Raiser with the Adam Ezra Group (Unplugged): A Benefit for More Than Words
Wednesday, December 18 
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
More Than Words Warehouse Bookstore, 242 East Berkley Street, Boston
RSVP at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/rockin-raiser-with-the-adam-ezra-group-unplugged-tickets-83493909531
Cost:  $20

SO GOOD SOUNDS PRESENTS the much -loved Adam Ezra Group in an intimate acoustic benefit concert at non-profit social enterprise More Than Words in Boston’s South End. All proceeds will support the More Than Words mission of empowering system-involved youth in Boston. Bring a book to donate and shop last-minute gifts! .

Hailing from Boston, AEG’s unconventional approach to the music world has allowed them to surge beyond their beloved hometown and emerge as one of the most uniquely powerful, underground live music experiences in the country, earning them festival features and invites to share the stage with some of their own musical heroes including Steve Miller Band, Melissa Etheridge, Train, Little Feat, Michael Franti, Blues Traveler, The Indigo Girls and Little Big Town to name just a few. In 2019 alone, AEG has already played over 100 shows, joining national tours with legends John Oates (Hall & Oates), Southside Johnny & The Asbury Jukes, Graham Parker, America, The Wailers and Boz Scaggs. Learn more.

The venue is the South End’s newly-renovated bookstore and community space, More Than Words, a nonprofit social enterprise that empowers young adults who are in the foster care system, court-involved, homeless, or out of school to take charge of their lives by taking charge of a business. Learn more at mtwyouth.org.

So Good Sounds creates curated concerts that foster community connection and elevate local musical talent. By presenting exceptional music in unexpected places, lifelong music lover and event organizer Peg Gaillard aims to bring people together to share the power of live music. Working with property owners and institutional partners, she plays matchmaker between non-traditional music venues and musicians, creating shared experiences that allow for easy connection among diverse groups of people. Learn more at sogoodsounds.com.

Tickets $20 on Eventbrite or $25 at the door.


Black Lives, Native Lands, White Worlds:A History of Slavery in New England
Wednesday, December 18
7:30 PM – 9:00 PM EST
Tufts University, Cabot Center, ASEAN Auditorium, 170 Packard Avenue, Medford
RSVP at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/black-lives-native-lands-white-worldsa-history-of-slavery-in-new-england-tickets-79333531729

Historian Jared Hardesty will speak about his new book, "Black Lives, Native Lands, White Worlds: A History of Slavery in New England."

Shortly after the first Europeans arrived in 17th-century New England, they began to enslave the area’s indigenous peoples and import kidnapped Africans. By the eve of the American Revolution, enslaved people comprised only about 4 percent of the population, but slavery had become instrumental to the region’s economy and had shaped its cultural traditions. 

In this concise yet comprehensive history, Jared Ross Hardesty focuses on the individual stories of enslaved people in New England, bringing their experiences to life. He also explores the importance of slavery to the colonization of the region and to agriculture and industry, New England’s deep connections to Caribbean plantation societies, and the significance of emancipation movements in the era of the American Revolution. 

Dr. Jared Hardesty is an Associate Professor of History at Western Washington University. He is the author of Unfreedom: Slavery and Dependence in Eighteenth-Century Boston.

REGISTER: Admission is free. Registration is encouraged. 
BOOKS: Reserve copies of Black Lives, Native Lands, White Worlds for $20 each through December 4th via registration link, to pick up when you arrive. Copies will also be available for $24 at the event, while supplies last. 

Thursday, December 19

Borderland Battles: Violence, Crime, and Governance at the Edges of Colombia's War
WHEN  Thursday, Dec. 19, 2019, 12 – 1:45 p.m.
WHERE  Harvard, One Brattle Square, Room 350, Cambridge
ORGANIZATION/SPONSOR	International Security Program
SPEAKER(S)  Annette Idler, Visiting Scholar, Weatherhead Center for International Affairs, Harvard University
CONTACT INFO	susan_lynch at harvard.edu
DETAILS  Please join us! Coffee and tea provided. Everyone is welcome, but admittance will be on a first-come, first-served basis.
LINK  https://www.belfercenter.org/event/borderland-battles-violence-crime-and-governance-edges-colombias-war


JCAN-MA [Jewish Climate Action Network-MA] meeting
Thursday, December 19
7:00 PM
Temple Ohabei Shalom, 1187 Beacon Street, Brookline
RSVP by email to jcan.intern at gmail.com

Please join us for an informal dinner at 5:30 PM.

Saturday, December 21

Solstice Celebration: A Farewell to FallS… and a welcome to winter!
Saturday, December 21
2:30 to 4:30
250 Fresh Pond Parkway, Cambridge  

Ranger Tim leads a guided loop walk around Fresh Pond (just under 2.5 mi). Explore and take part in the solstice traditions of nature and culture along the way; it’s a great way to jump into the holiday spirit. Open to all; meet at the Ranger Station under the clock tower. Rain or shine, dress for the weather at hand.  Questions: tpuopolo at cambridgeMA.gov 


Seeds of Light: The Solstice Concert
Saturday, December 21
7 p.m.
First Church in Cambridge, Jewett Hall, 8 Garden Street, Cambridge
RSVP at https://xrmass.org/action/seeds-light-solstice-concert/

(((Seeds Of Light))) S O L The first of a biannual solstice series! An evening of music, spoken word, and community celebrating our deep connection with nature and reflecting on what's happening around the world, both in the climate and in society. Everyone is welcome to share the space.

We'll kick things off with spoken word performances from members of the community and follow with musical performances by Eleanor Elektra and Jireh Calo.

JIREH CALO An avid explorer of sound and rhythm, different world cultures and innovative approaches to music, Manila-born vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Jireh Calo is an ever-evolving composer, arranger, and producer. Growing up mostly self-taught, her music embraces the spirit of freedom, improvisation and exploration. She draws much inspiration from jazz traditions, indigenous oral traditions, African and Latin Afro/Cuban rhythms, American folk, hip hop culture, soul music, and a variety of world music. jirehcalomusic.com

ELEANOR ELEKTRA Her practice spans songwriting, printmaking and installation work. Her music combines elements of folk, jazz and classical music within the songwriter idiom to create unique cinematic songs. Largely a self taught guitarist, her playing is both technical and idiosyncratic. Eleanor has toured extensively throughout the United States and Canada. She will be playing with the FULL BAND for this show (yeehaw!) http://www.eleanorelektra.com

Upcoming Events

Tuesday, December 31

Extinction Rebellion at the First Night Puppet Parade
Tuesday, December 31
4:45 p.m.
The Puppet Free Library 15 Public Ally 437, Boston

Extinction Rebellion will be part of the Boston First Night Puppet Parade with our large Green Elk Spirit puppets and XR flags.


Environmental Voter Project's Spring Internship Program is now accepting applications at https://www.environmentalvoter.org/jobs/intern

Can you help us spread the word by forwarding this email to anybody who might be interested in joining us this winter/spring?

Located in our Boston office, our Spring Internship Program is great for anybody who's interested in learning more about environmental politics, cutting-edge voter turnout techniques, and data analytics.

All interested parties are encouraged to apply.

Click here for more information and details on how to apply.


Science for the People seeks proposals for articles, art, and other content for the upcoming issue, “A People’s Green New Deal” (Volume 23, Number 2, Summer 2020).   Deadline for submissions: Friday, January 10, 2020.

More information at https://magazine.scienceforthepeople.org/submissions/


Living With Heat - Urban Land Institute report on expected climate impact in Boston


Solar bills on Beacon Hill: The Climate Minute Podcast


Envision Cambridge citywide plan


Climate Resilience Workbook


Sustainable Business Network Local Green Guide
SBN is excited to announce the soft launch of its new Local Green Guide, Massachusetts' premier Green Business Directory!
To view the directory please visit: http://www.localgreenguide.org
To find out how how your business can be listed on the website or for sponsorship opportunities please contact Adritha at adritha at sbnboston.org


Boston Food System
"The Boston Food System [listserv] provides a forum to post announcements of events, employment opportunities, internships, programs, lectures, and other activities as well as related articles or other publications of a non-commercial nature covering the area's food system - food, nutrition, farming, education, etc. - that take place or focus on or around Greater Boston (broadly delineated)."
The Boston area is one of the most active nationwide in terms of food system activities - projects, services, and events connected to food, farming, nutrition - and often connected to education, public health, environment, arts, social services and other arenas.   Hundreds of organizations and enterprises cover our area, but what is going on week-to-week is not always well publicized.
Hence, the new Boston Food System listserv, as the place to let everyone know about these activities.  Specifically:
Use of the BFS list will begin soon, once we get a decent base of subscribers.  Clarification of what is appropriate to announce and other posting guidelines will be provided as well.
It's easy to subscribe right now at https://elist.tufts.edu/wws/subscribe/bfs


The Boston Network for International Development (BNID) maintains a website (BNID.org) that serves as a clearing-house for information on organizations, events, and jobs related to international development in the Boston area. BNID has played an important auxiliary role in fostering international development activities in the Boston area, as witnessed by the expanding content of the site and a significant growth in the number of users.
The website contains:
A calendar of Boston area events and volunteer opportunities related to International Development - http://www.bnid.org/events
A jobs board that includes both internships and full time positions related to International Development that is updated daily - http://www.bnid.org/jobs
A directory and descriptions of more than 250 Boston-area organizations - http://www.bnid.org/organizations
Also, please sign up for our weekly newsletter (we promise only one email per week) to get the most up-to-date information on new job and internship opportunities -www.bnid.org/sign-up
The website is completely free for students and our goal is to help connect students who are interested in international development with many of the worthwhile organizations in the area.
Please feel free to email our organization at info at bnid.org if you have any questions!


Boston Maker Spaces - 41 (up from 27 in 2016) and counting:  https://www.google.com/maps/d/viewer?mid=zGHnt9r2pQx8.kfw9evrHsKjA&hl=en
Solidarity Network Economy:  https://ussolidarityeconomy.wordpress.com
Bostonsmart.com's Guide to Boston:  http://www.bostonsmarts.com/BostonGuide/


Links to events at over 50 colleges and universities at Hubevents:  http://hubevents.blogspot.com

Thanks to
MIT Events:  http://calendar.mit.edu
Harvard Events:  http://news.harvard.edu/gazette/harvard-events/events-calendar/
Harvard Environment:  http://environment.harvard.edu/events/calendar/
Sustainability at Harvard:  http://green.harvard.edu/events
Boston Science Lectures:  https://sites.google.com/view/bostonsciencelectures/home
Meetup:  http://www.meetup.com/
Eventbrite:  http://www.eventbrite.com/
Startup and Entrepreneurial Events:  http://www.greenhornconnect.com/events/
Cambridge Civic Journal:  http://www.rwinters.com
Cambridge Happenings:   http://cambridgehappenings.org
Cambridge Community Calendar:  https://www.cctvcambridge.org/calendar
Adam Gaffin’s Universal Hub:  https://www.universalhub.com/
Extinction Rebellion:  https://xrmass.org/action/
Sunrise Movement:  https://www.facebook.com/SunriseBoston/events/

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