September 1, 2020|
The pandemic gave the world a golden opportunity to fix the climate crisis. We’re about to waste it. Read...
Read More → The one chance we have
August 16, 2020|
As Revere attracts residential development, some fear the city may become unaffordable for lower-income...
Read More → A beachside boomtown, but for whom?
The state and activists should compromise on a solution that is not a throwback to 1960s transportation...
Read More → Keep thinking big on the Allston Interchange
August 4, 2020|
No one-size-fits-all technical solution can replace a contextual focus that puts people’s well-being, needs...
Read More → 5 benefits to scaling local action on climate resilience
As Tropical Storm Isaias continues toward the Bay State, the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority is...
Read More → MBTA installing flood prevention system outside Aquarium Station amid storm preps
July 10, 2020|
Expanding Boston’s Capacity to Build Coastal Resilience Infrastructure: Lessons from the Seaport...
Read More → Green Ribbon Commission Shares Lessons from Seaport District
June 4, 2020|
The key to our recovery is in how we plan. In a joint opinion article in the Boston Globe, members of Boston...
Read More → Boston Needs to Adopt a Planning Equity Standard
May 4, 2020|
Boston Harbor Now CEO Kathy Abbott advocates for “Prioritizing, rethinking, and climate-proofing public...
Read More → A Plan for Prioritizing Boston’s Open Spaces
April 19, 2020|
What does it mean to be truly resilient to climate change? An environmental scientist writing for the Boston...
Read More → Considering Waterfront Development and Resiliency
April 3, 2020|
Plans were filled for the Pinnacle at Central Wharf, a $1.2 billion 42-story skyscraper at Central Wharf....
Read More → First glimpse at towering 42-story building planned for Boston waterfront
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