Local Action, Big Results
Municipal climate initiatives are accelerating now across the Commonwealth. Leaders examine three ways communities are innovating: implementing options for local renewable electricity, eliminating methane gas leaks, and promoting smart growth through long range community vision to raise the bar on town and school expansion. Break out into workshops for developing impactful actions.
Carol Oldham, Exec. Dir. MA Climate Action Network; Dr. Tommy Vitolo, Sr. Assoc., Synapse Energy Economics; Audrey Schulman, Pres. & Co-Founder HEET; Nathan Phillips, BU Professor of Earth and Environment; Andre LeRoux, Exec. Dir. MA Smart Growth Alliance.
6:30-7pm refreshments / 7-9pm program
The sixth annual Climate Week 2016 is a collaborative production of Climate Action Brookline and event organizing partners. For details and a complete schedule visit www.brooklineclimateweek.org #BrooklineClimateWeek
March 30, 2016 at 6:30pm - 9pm
All Saints Parish
1773 Beacon St
Brookline, MA 02445
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