The Boston Globe Op-ed
Boston rolls up its sleeves for action on climate change
Mayor Martin J. Walsh and Amos B. Hostetter Jr.

Mayor Walsh Joins Compact of Mayors Committed to Climate Action

New Boston Green Ribbon Commission research outlines critical roles of public/private partnership 

The Patch
Boston receives $350K grant for climate change preparedness 
Frank O'Laughlin

The Boston Pilot
Green Ribbon Commission addressing local climate change
Christopher S. Pineo

The New Yorker
Power to the People: Why the rise of green energy makes utility companies nervous.
Bill McKibben

Boston Glob
On climate change, faith communities must practice what they preach
Op-Ed by Rev. Ray Hammond
Foundations Begin Investing in Climate Change and Health: New Report
Karla Fortunato

Real Estate Rama
Mayor Walsh Announces Newest Participants in Mayor's Carbon Cup

Boston Magazine
Mayor Walsh Enlists the Dutch to Manage Boston Sea Levels
Erick Trickey

Washington Post
Boston was just named the top city in the country for saving energy — here’s why
Chelsea Harvey



An Introduction to Institutional Renewable Energy Procurement in Massachusetts

Resilient Food Systems, Resilient Cities: Recommendations for the City of Boston
, Produced with support from the Henry P. Kendall Foundation

Enhancing Resilience in Boston, a Guide for Large Buildings and Institutions
 - A Report by A Better City

Green Ribbon Commission Recommendations to Gov. Baker, 2014

Designing with Water, A Report by the Boston Harbor Association

A City at Work - A Report for the Barr Foundation


The Boston Green Ribbon Commission is a group of business, institutional and civic leaders in Boston working to develop shared strategies for fighting climate change in coordination with the city’s Climate Action Plan.

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