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Boston's Green Ribbon Commission is a group of business & civic leaders working with Mayor Walsh & to meet Boston's Climate Action Plan goals.
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Nov. 21st: Join and for a conversation with Gil Penalosa, founder and chair of 8 80 Cities, on how to create vibrant and healthy cities for all.
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Boston GRC Nov 13
Join Monday Nov. 18th for their 2019 Onboard Awards celebrating awardees who represent the importance of responsible development on our treasured harbor. Register here >>
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Boston GRC Nov 11
LISTEN: CEO and GRC member, , talks how the will help financial regulators integrate into capital markets & help asset owners transition their investment portfolios to net-zero GHG emissions by 2050.
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Boston GRC Nov 7
Our beloved are giving us yet another reason to cheer. Through a new partnership with , the remainder of the Patriots 2019 season will be powered by through renewable energy credits! Learn more >>
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Boston GRC Nov 5
THURSDAY: GRC Cultural Institutions Working Group Member, , is hosting a discussion on Oceans and Climate with U.S. Senator from Rhode Island, . Check it out and register here >>
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Bradford Swing Nov 1
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A Better City Nov 1
Thank you very much for joining us today for . A special "thank you" to our panelists and partners! , , , , , , , and .
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A Better City Nov 1
Andis Kalnins, : "We're finding we need to be faster, quicker, and more agile"
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A Better City Nov 1
Bradford Swing, Director of Energy Policy & Programs with , joins us now to speak to the city's resilience initiatives
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A Better City Nov 1
A Better City Chairman, Doug McGarrah asking a question during our Q&A
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Boston GRC Oct 31
Bostonians depend on clean air and water, healthy food, and a stable climate for their personal health. By addressing through the new 2019 climate action plan, is simultaneously improving residents' health. >>
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Boston GRC Oct 29
Replying to @nytclimate
If the wasn't a stark enough reminder, says new research shows that rising seas could affect three times more people by 2050 than previously thought, leaving cities worldwide quite literally, underwater. Check it out >>
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Boston GRC Oct 29
And we thought yesterday was bad! This new normal should serve as a reminder of why carbon mitigation paired with climate resilience is so important. We can't afford for sea levels to rise any further.
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Julie Wormser Oct 28
And tomorrow's high tide (12:30 pm) will be even higher.
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Colleen Hitchcock Oct 28
Document using - Tues/Wed/Thurs - daytime tides continue.
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SustainableSolutionsLab Oct 29
This week is a good week to take the to because of the .
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Boston GRC Oct 28
Two lanes of Morrisey Blvd. in were closed for over two hours today as a result of high tide flooding. This is a new normal we are going to have to deal with in as a result of our changing climate.
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Heather Henriksen Oct 26
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Boston GRC Oct 28
TOMORROW: Join us and for a conversation with Builder/Author, Jonathan A. Wright, on his new book Living Building Makers: Creating Sustainable Buildings that Renew Our World and his experience creating Living Buildings locally. Register here >>
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