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Jun
29

Greenovate Neighborhoods - Summer Meet & Greet Recap

Greenovate Neighborhoods is a program of Greenovate Boston to connect and collaborate with local neighborhood, community, and resident organizations to implement the City’s Climate Action Plan. The Neighborhoods network helps to support and expand Boston’s climate action community, and identifies opportunities for Bostonians to get involved in taking climate action.

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Jun
23

Climate-Smart Cities Webinar Recap

Yesterday, Greenovate teamed up with the Trust for Public Land (TPL) to host a webinar about TPL’s Climate-Smart Cities visualization tool.

Jun
16

Renew Boston’s summer workshop roundup

Saturday, June 10th was Renew Boston’s last workshop of the season. It was a perfect day to connect with West Roxbury residents and talk about their home energy efficient needs.

Jun
15

Our first cohort of Climate Ready Boston Leaders

This past spring, the Greenovate and Climate Ready Boston teams partnered with the Green Ribbon Commission to launch the Climate Ready Boston Leaders program. Earlier this month, we trained almost 70 Leaders to have climate conversations in their own communities.

 

Jun
09

New Team Introduction- Katherine Walsh

Greetings, fellow Greenovators! My name is Katherine Walsh and I am deeply honored to return to my hometown of Boston, Massachusetts to serve the Boston Public Schools as the Sustainability and Environmental Resources Manager.

Jun
08

Using BERDO data to optimize solar in Boston

The Building Energy Reporting and Disclosure data spurs innovation in helping Boston reach its Climate Action goals.

Jun
07

Final Edits Due! Last Draft of Imagine Boston 2030 Plan

Imagine Boston 2030 is the first citywide plan for Boston in 50 years -- share your edits to the latest and final draft.

Jun
06

Top 3 Takeaways: Climate Ready East Boston Open House Recap

If you missed the open house for Climate Ready East Boston, read on to learn what it was like and what the project team learned.

Jun
01

Boston Public Schools students help develop climate change curriculum

Boston Public Schools students and teachers collaborate to create climate change units for all ages.

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