Greenovate and the Environment Department are excited to welcome our newest addition to the Climate Action Plan team -- the Director of Climate and Environmental Planning, Alison Brizius.Read more
We have two year-long, full-time fellowships opening this fall. If you’re a talented writer, strong community organizer, or enthusiast for helping Boston reach its climate action goals, please apply!Read more
Krishana Abrahim was the first Northeastern Co-op Intern for Greenovate Boston from January 2017 - June 2017. Here she reflects on what she’s learned, and how the experience has prepared her for what’s next.
I am excited to join the Greenovate Boston team as their first ever cooperational/educational education (co-op) intern through Northeastern University.Read more
I am thrilled to not only be back in Boston but to also be a member of the Greenovate team here at the City of Boston!Read more
What luck on my end! I could not imagine a better time to get involved with Greenovate and Renew Boston.Read more
Maura Welch was the Greenovate Boston Writing Fellow from April 2016 - October 2016. Here she reflects on what she’s learned, and how the experience has prepared her for what’s next.
Greenovate is looking for someone to transition into Maura's role for our Writing Fellowship. Read the description for that opportunity here.Read more
The Massachusetts Clean Air Challenge may be winding down, but you can choose clean air commutes all year ‘round
Rethink the way you get from A to B.Read more
I am ecstatic to return to Boston as the Urban Sustainability Director’s Network (USDN) Greenovate Building Diversity Outreach Fellow!Read more
World Oceans Day is June 8th. Greenovate is celebrating by taking a look at the Massachusetts Wetlands Protection Act, and featuring a few Bostonians who help to make the Act’s goals a reality. This post is about the Boston Conservation Commission, who protect wetlands year-round, and recently led a cleanup of the Rivermoor III Urban Wild area in West Roxbury. (Photos: Employees from the City of Boston's Environment Department take part in a cleanup at the Rivermoor III Urban Wild area.)Read more