Learn more about #ClimateReadyYeti and the #GreenovateBoston Hubway bike.Read more
The Boston Yeti stopped by Greenovate to talk climate resiliency - and to take Hubway’s Greenovate bike for a spin.Read more
Whether you’re starting your first year in Boston or your fourth (or even your fifth--no judgement here!), you've probably already figured out that this city is a great place to be a student. With over 100 colleges and universities in the Greater Boston Area, there’s no shortage of people to meet, things to do, and places to see. In addition to being a student-friendly city, Boston is a great city to grow your green roots. Greenovate Boston is a movement driven by the community and students like you to help Bostonians take simple steps to make this city a better, greener place to live and work. We’re here to help you have your best, greenest semester, so here’s our top tips on ways to be green while living in Boston:Read more
UPDATE: The Boston Red Sox have announced they will be extending the service to all weekend home games for the remainder of the 2014 season!
Heading to a Red Sox game this weekend? Be one of the first to use their new bicycle valet service that is debuting this weekend.
The gender imbalance in cycling made the news earlier this week when analyses of bike share trip data from Chicago (Divvy), New York (Citibike), and our very own Hubway system revealed a significant gap in ridership among men and women. During the five month study--July 1 to November 30, 2013--women accounted for just 25 percent of rides among Hubway members, even though almost half of all members are women.Read more
Be the Change Blog Series
“Be the change that you wish to see in the world.” ― Mahatma Gandhi
Hopefully you are reading this because you want to help contribute to a more sustainable planet, support the local economy, and adopt a healthier lifestyle. Well, Greenovate Boston is here to help you do just that. We encourage Bostonians to make small changes that can help make a big impact. Greenovate Boston’s Be the Change blog series will help Bostonians not only talk the talk, but also walk to walk of greening their everyday actions. Together we can make the City a better, greener place to live and work.Read more