2020 Greenovation Hub: EmergencX
The New Year is here and our climate aspirations for this year are high. With the amazing achievements of 2019, we want to make sure that the momentum continues to propel us even closer to our climate goals. To do this, Greenovate Boston will be hosting the 1st of this year's Greenovation Hub:
- Thursday, January 30th
- 6th floor of the Bruce Bolling Building, 2300 Washington Street in Nubian Square
The Greenovation Hub is a space to help inspire communication and collaboration within the climate, energy, and environment sectors by focusing conversations on key words. This Greenovation Hub key word is EmergencX. As we enter into 2020, there is an emergence into what the year will be from where we start from. Along with that, there is a question of what are we being emerged in, such as images and stories of climate disasters. With each of these notions, we must ask ourselves where our city is at the beginning of 2020 and where we want it to be in 2021 and beyond.
Join us on January 30th to brainstorm, discuss, network, and action plan with members of the Boston community and beyond. Please join us to lend your passion and expertise to this innovative celebration. We want leaders from all sectors to join in this conversation to ensure thorough considerations are being integrated into this important conversation. Whether this is racial equity, gender equity, housing, economic development, workforce development, or emergency preparedness, all need to be considered.
Food and beverages will be provided. If you have any dietary restrictions, please indicate below. If you have any questions, please email David Corbie at David.Corbie@Boston.Gov.
Vision Area of Interest/Work
Prepared City: Resiliency/Preparation
Connected City: Community Engagement/Equity
Zero Waste City: Waste Reduction
Mobile City: Transportation
Smart Energy City: Energy Efficiency/Renewable Energy
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