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Sustainability Professional. MS Environmental Policy & Sustainability Management from . alumni *Views are my own*
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crystal stella becerril Jan 18
My latest poem is now up on ’s site. Check it out.
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Ben Jan 18
Massachusetts’ Next Energy Efficiency Plan Could Bring Unprecedented Savings to the Commonwealth
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Greenovate Boston Jan 17
is seeking a Climate Advisor to work with the as part of 's American Cities Climate Challenge to help us reduce the carbon footprint of our .  
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Ben Jan 17
NRDC is hiring two climate adviser positions to assist the City of Boston in meeting it's carbon reduction goals
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Nicolas Bilodeau Jan 14
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Ben Jan 15
Half Of D.C.'s Buildings Could Require Upgrades Under New Climate Law
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City of Boston Jan 15
On January 15, 1919, a 50-foot tall tank full of industrial grade molasses ruptured, sending a 2.3 million gallon wave of molasses rushing through the crowded North End:
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Ben Jan 15
Memorial ceremony for the centennial of the Great Boston molasses flood
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Bradford Swing Jan 14
City of Boston's improved energy management process:
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Climate Central Jan 11
100 years of warming in the national parks, in one gif
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Maria Lanza Jan 11
Please join , & this Tuesday January 15 at 10:30am at Langone Park in the , for a public ceremony honoring the lives lost on the 100th anniversary of the Great Molasses Flood!
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New School Alumni Jan 9
For a century, has inspired a community of thinkers, creators, and activists who have made their mark on the world. In 2019, we are thrilled to celebrate our bold, change-making , whose tremendous work makes us .
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Ben Jan 9
Happy 100th birthday to my grad school !
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BostonTweet Jan 9
Over the next 5 years, MBTA plans to spend $8 billion on infrastructure; $3.7B for new rapid transit cars, buses, new power & signal systems & rebuilding stations, bridges & tunnels. $1B on modernizing Red & Orange Lines. $1.5B on Green Line extensions
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Ben Jan 9
Very cool map showing all of the proposed extensions and additions to the Boston metro-area mass transit routes over the years
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Ben Jan 8
U.S. carbon emissions increased 3.8% in 2018 even as coal plants closed
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Communities Responding to Extreme Weather (CREW) Jan 4
"The unprecedented floods, droughts, heat waves, wildfires and super storms we've seen in recent years - they are the face of climate change. The world's weather is becoming more extreme before our eyes." -
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Allston Brighton TMA Jan 2
Weekend travelers rejoice! The Commuter Rail's $10 weekend pass is back!
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Ben Jan 2
Renewables are getting cheaper but energy efficiency, on average, still costs utilities less
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Ben Jan 2
The City of Boston Environment Department is hiring a Climate and Energy Outreach Program Coordinator
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