Part of Northeastern University’s ongoing Myra Kraft Open Classroom, which this semester is focusing on “Shaping Boston’s Future: Aspirations, Opportunities, and Challenges,” this session will feature:
- Carl Spector, the city of Boston’s Environment Commissioner who has played a central role in city’s efforts to respond to climate change
- Chris Marchi, Director of Community Building and Environment, Neighborhood of Affordable Housing (NOAH)
- Matthias Ruth, Professor of Public Policy and Civil/Environmental Engineering at Northeastern and Director of Northeastern’s School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs.
- David Luberoff, visiting professor of practice at Northeastern, will moderate.