Wednesday, March 09, 2016

Help Boston Prepare for Extreme Weather: Community Meeting March 12th

Today's unusually warm temperatures may make us happy, but they are indicative of a growing trend of extreme weather. Who will forget last winter's blizzards? Last summer's heatwave? Morrissey Blvd. flooding yet again?

Come and be heard at a community meeting
on the current climate projections for the City of Boston.

Saturday, March 12th
1 pm
The English High School
144 McBride St, Boston, MA 

Learn about current scientific projections for climate change in the City of Boston and share how recent weather events have impacted your lives, neighborhoods and businesses. Your input is needed to help inform Boston’s long-term planning efforts! Five $100 door prizes will be given away, so be sure to attend.

Co-Sponsored by the City of Boston’s Chief Resilience Officer and The Boston Harbor Association in partnership with City of Boston Office of Environment, Energy and Open Space, BSA Foundation, Engagement Lab @Emerson College and World Wildlife Foundation.

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