This year marks the 10th annual Greenovate Boston awards - a landmark year of recognizing climate action leadership in our community. Join us for three select events where we revisit past winners to learn more about them, what they've been up to since they won a Greenovate Award, and how they continue to incorporate environmental sustainable thinking into their work.


Join us for a special brown bag lunch lecture from the team that helped bring the Green Alley project to Boston's Back Bay neighborhood. The Green Alley is the centerpiece of the Boston Architecture College'sĀ Urban Sustainability Initiative, and demonstratesĀ that immediate and long-term environmental challenges facing the City of Boston can be met through creative partnerships between experts and institutions.

This event will highlight the savings that the Boston Architecture College has been able to achieve since the project's installation. The team will also show the data that they have been collecting, discuss how they're stacking up against the original goals of the project, and what their project means in the context of Boston preparing for climate change.

The brown bag lunchtime lecture will last for approximately 1 hour.

April 20, 2016 at 12pm - 1pm
Boston Architecture College
320 Newbury St
Boston, MA 02115
United States
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