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Action Pact 2022: Ready, Resilient, Reinvented

Action Pact 2022: Ready, Resilient, Reinvented is an initiative to spotlight the topic of climate change through the programs of Boston’s Cultural Institutions. This coordinated effort⁠ is composed of longer-term and singular programs and initiatives including; exhibitions, installations, panel discussions, film screenings, lectures, children’s programs, workshops, festivals, and more. Participants in Action Pact make up

GRCx Climate Change Impacts and Projections for the Greater Boston Area

10:00AM – 11:30AM ET

A research team led by UMass Boston recently released the Greater Boston Research Advisory Group Report (GBRAG) entitled Climate Change Impacts and Projections for the Greater Boston Area, a five-year update to research on likely climate changes in the Boston area. The report’s purpose is to provide the City of Boston and surrounding municipalities with

Boston Business Journal: Our Changing Climate

4:30 PM – 7:30 PM

Our Changing Climate will convene Boston-area experts to discuss and explore the region’s readiness and resilience in the face of climate impacts. We will analyze the local and state climate action plans and update attendees on how these plans are affecting the local economy. Panel to include: Ted Landsmark, Distinguished Professor of Public Policy and

Ceres at COP27

Meeting global climate goals is a commitment that necessitates a holistic approach and incorporates all of us. Ceres CEO and President Mindy Lubber stressed the importance of climate change mitigation and funding support for vulnerable and economically disadvantaged countries at the close of COP27.  Read more here 

2022 Earthshot Prize Awards Ceremony

The 2022 Earthshot Prize ceremony will take place on December 2nd at the MGM Music Hall at Fenway in partnership with the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation and the City of Boston. The GRC is proud to support this initiative, and to partner with local environmental groups, prominent elected officials, academic institutions, and community leaders