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
Yesterday Boston Public Schools opened their doors and welcomed families back for the new year. Students are roaming the halls trying to find their homerooms, teams are hitting the field for a new season, and families are adjusting to early mornings and busy days.
It’s a new beginning, and what better time to reflect and set new sustainability goals? During the school year, many students and teachers will spend more time at school than anywhere else. That’s why it’s so important to consider how the things we do at school affect our environment.Read more
Start this school year off right with green move-in tips.Read more
The Greenovate Awards recognize climate action leadership and environmental sustainability excellence in the City of Boston. Read this blog series to find out more about this year's winners in the Climate Preparedness and Resiliency Category.Read more
On an abnormally hot September day we lugged our Greenovate materials to Boston University’s Sustainability Fair. Both the Greenovate Program Manager Jessica Feldish and I are new to the program, and while we were eager to participate in the festival and discuss Greenovate, we were nervous. This was our first time talking about Greenovate to people who didn’t already understand it, and we weren’t sure how it might go. As we began to set up, people were already anxiously perusing the different materials and tables trying to find just what they were looking for, information and opportunities.Read more