• Community Climate Action Roundtable

Boston Climate Change Conversation

Location: Suffolk University, 73 Tremont Street, 12th floor Trustees' Conference Room

Time: 6pm-7:30pm

Many Boston neighborhoods have organizations with environmental, energy or health focuses. All these efforts contribute to building a more sustainable Boston in the era of global climate change. This will be a rare opportunity for people to hear about what’s happening in different neighborhoods and join the dialogue about how the city, community organizations, and residents can form a more cohesive movement to take Boston to a new frontier in energy and cost savings and citizen participation to fight the effects of climate change. Come see a short video "Facing Climate Change in Boston", hear from community climate leaders, and share ideas.  Snacks provided.

Free and open to the public.  Show photo ID to lobby security guard.

Hosted by Suffolk University Sustainability Committee, the Government Department, Human Resources, and the Boston Climate Action Network.

Panelists

Khalida Smalls, Organizing Director
Alternatives for Community & Environment

Rosanne Foley, Director
Dorchester Environmental Health Coalition

Ray Porfilio, Steering Committee Member
West Roxbury Saves Energy

Stephanie Valovic
Planet Southie

Kim Foltz, Director of Community Building and Environment
Neighborhood of Affordable Housing, Inc.

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