The Carbon Free Boston report, commissioned by the Boston Green Ribbon Commission, identifies for the first time specific strategies for the City of Boston to meet its goal of carbon neutrality by 2050.
Our report release event at the Museum of Science in Boston included a presentation of key findings by Cutler J. Cleveland, Professor of Earth and Environment at Boston University and Principal Investigator for the Carbon Free Boston report. A panel discussion moderated by John Cleveland, Executive Director of the Boston Green Ribbon Commission, followed featuring:
– Chris Cook, Chief of Energy, Environment and Open Space, City of Boston; Commissioner, Parks and Recreation for the City of Boston
– Gina McCarthy, Professor of the Practice of Public Health and Director of the Center for Climate, Health, and the Global Environment at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health; Former EPA Administrator
– Mindy Lubber, CEO & President, Ceres
– Dr. S. Atyia Martin, CEO & Founder, All Aces, Inc.; Distinguished Senior Fellow, Northeastern University Global Resilience Institute
– Peter Hamill, Senior Vice President & Regional General Manager, New England, Turner Construction
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