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By October 20, 2019 No Comments

Learn more about #ClimateReadyYeti and the #GreenovateBoston Hubway bike.

Did you stumble upon the Greenovate Boston Hubway bike wondering what we’re all about and how to win prizes? Read on to find out how you can win.

Greenovate Boston is a community movement to engage all Bostonians in climate action – and this Earth Day, we teamed up with the Boston Yeti, Boston Bikes, and Hubway to bring more attention to what the City of Boston is doing about climate change – and to let people know what they can do.

How do I win?

Enter the latest challenge by posting a photo on social media with the hashtag #GreenovateBoston and/or #ClimateReadyYeti. The challenges are here:

•  Thursday, April 14 – first person to spot the Greenovate unicorn bike will win $20 gift certificate to Equal Exchange Cafe WON BY @HeySgay via Twitter
• Thursday, April 21 – ride the bike to Fenway Park for a pair of tickets to the 1:35 game CLOSED
• Now – Monday, April 25 @ 7pm – best photo tagged with @GreenovateBos or #GreenovateBoston and #ClimateReadyYeti will win a prize!
•  Thursday, May 19th – next person to spot the Grenovate unicorn bike will win $20 to WON BY @rgrimshaw6 via Twitter

Check back here for more challenges!

What kinds of things can I win?

There are a lot of green heroes in Boston – the local businesses that are donating prizes have also won Greenovate Awards. Win items or gift certificates from:

•  Boston Duck Tours
•  Taranta restaurant
•  Equal Exchange Cafe
•  Urban AdvenTours
•  City Feed and Supply
•  …and the Boston Red Sox!

Why is Greenovate doing this?

Greenovate believes in the power of the people. In fact, we know that regular people can make a difference to avoid the worst climate science projections about sea level rise and extreme heat in Boston. When we choose lifestyles that promote cleaner air, like biking, walking, or public transit, then we’re helping our communities and our future.

Stay involved with Greenovate. We’ll continue to try and make climate change not so gloomy – in fact, you may even feel empowered to make a difference. Look for us at: