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Jun
26

Chief Brian Swett Responds to President Obama's Climate Action Plan

President Obama’s announcement yesterday of several federal climate change initiatives will reduce greenhouse gas emissions nationwide and help prepare the country for the impacts of climate change. As a coastal city, Boston is especially vulnerable to the impacts of climate change. Without significant national and international action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, Boston and many other cities could face potentially catastrophic impacts within the next 100 years.

Jun
25

Find Greenovate on Boston's City Hall-to-Go Truck!

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If you haven't heard, Mayor Menino unveiled this season's mobile truck, which houses City Hall to Go, which will begin its regular rotation starting Tuesday, July 2, 2013. In addition to the multitude of services from last year, such as being able to pay property taxes and requesting birth, marriage and death certificates, Bostonians can now sign up for Renew Boston's energy audits and weatherizations, and can request recycling bin stickers!

Jun
18

Join us for the #UrbanAgBos Live Twitter Chat!

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On Wednesday June 19th, working in conjunction with the ongoing urban agriculture community meetings, the Greenovate Fellows will be joining the Boston Redevelopment Authority, the Mayor's Office of Food Initiatives, and Boston-area farmers to discuss the City's proposed Article 89 zoning ordinance, which aims to expand urban farming in Boston's city limits.

Jun
07

The Boston 500 Gets Bostonians Racing to Lower their Energy Bills

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Job. Family. Dinner. Errands. You might not have the time to worry about your energy use, or the biggest part of your carbon footprint.

May
14

Welcome to Greenovate Boston - From Mayor Thomas M. Menino

Today, I am launching Greenovate Boston, the catalyst that will again demonstrate Boston’s leadership in the fight against climate change. This new movement, based on the collective actions of all of Boston’s residents and businesses, will help progress us towards meeting our greenhouse gas reduction goals of 25% by 2020 and 80% by 2050, which I originally set out in my 2011 Climate Action Plan, A Climate of Progress.

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