Over the past year, the City of Boston has continued to reach towards its climate goals. We achieved several key milestones and launched new initiatives to expand our programming.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
National Bike Month is coming to an end this week, but before it ends we have one more Boston cyclist to highlight! This week meet James Belmore, a City of Boston employee who is an avid bike commuter from South Boston.Read more
We are continuing to celebrate National Bike Month! This week we're highlighting Yasmine Jewell, a young rider from the Dorchester/Mattapan neighborhood of Boston.Read more
Happy National Bike Month! Established over 60 years ago, National Bike Month celebrates cyclists and encourages others to try biking.
Since its opening in 2011, Boston Green Academy has been educating Boston’s future sustainability leaders. In celebration of Earth Month we’re highlighting the work of past Greenovate Award winners; Boston Green Academy won in 2013. Read more about Boston Green Academy’s Green Enrichment electives for middle school students.Read more
It is April in Boston and that means the Sox are back and the Marathon is upon us. It also means Greenovate is gearing up to celebrate Earth Day and the Greenovate Boston Awards! For this month’s blog series we are highlighting past Greenovate Award winner in a series we’re calling where are they now?
We will continue to profile past winners throughout the month leading up to this year’s Greenovate Awards Party, which will be held on April 19th (save the date!). This week we are highlighting JP Green House located in the iconic Boston neighborhood Jamaica Plain. Read more about their organization and its founder Andrée Zaleska.Read more
As March comes to a close so does our blog series highlighting women working in the environmental field. This week, in our final installment we are profiling a Boston University student. Rachel Eckles is a senior double majoring in Environmental Analysis & Policy and Economics. Read more about Rachel and her path to the environmental field!
As March continues on, we continue to celebrate Women’s History Month. This week we are highlighting the Commissioner of the Boston Transportation Department, Gina Fiandaca. As a resident of East Boston, Commissioner Fiandaca has dedicated her career to public service. Learn more about Commissioner Fiandaca’s career and who inspires her most.
We are continuing to celebrate Women’s History Month with another installment in our blog series. This week we are featuring Gail Latimore from Codman Square Neighborhood Development Corp. Gail is a proven leader in community development and has created environmental programs, including a community shared solar project. Read more about what inspired her to pursue community development, and her advice to young women starting out in the environmental field.