Greenovate Boston

Greenovate Boston

Greenovate Boston is a movement - a way for everyone in the City to work together to improve our planet, communities, businesses, and daily lives. Stemming from Boston's plan to reduce Boston’s greenhouse gas emissions 25% by 2020 and 80% by 2050, Greenovate Boston will enable people to take simple steps that will make the City a better, greener place to live and work.

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    Greenovate Boston Initiative Launches

    On May 14, the City of Boston launched the Greenovate Boston initiative with a new interactive website, a city-wide advertising campaign, and sustainability goals for Boston businesses and residents. Greenovate Boston is a collective movement that will engage residents and businesses to help meet the City of Boston's greenhouse gas reduction goals. Learn more at GreenovateBoston.org and follow us on Twitter @GreenovateBos and Facebook for updates throughout the year.

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    Interested in City Sustainability News? Join Our Email List!

    Subscribe to the Greenovate Boston Newsletter with information on sustainability news, events and programs for the City of Boston.

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    Helpful Food & Fuel Resources

    There are a variety of food assistance and energy saving resources available to help those in need.

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Video & Multimedia

  • Free Energy Efficiency Upgrades

    Mayor Menino will launch the Renew Boston Residential Program to help Boston residents save money, conserve energy, and reduce utility bills.

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  • Grassroots Program Funding Awards

    Mayor Menino joins residents and gardeners to announce a total of $375,000 in competitive grant funding to four neighborhood green spaces.

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  • 2nd Annual Food and Fuel Summit

    The 2nd Annual Summit for Food + Fuel

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  • Asian Longhorned Beetle Community Update

    Jim Hunt joins the DCR to update residents on the eradication of the Asian Longhorned Beetle.

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