How to hike through 25 miles of green space in Boston

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WBUR | Fewer than half of the poll’s respondents, 48 percent, ranked climate in the highest category of... Read More → How to hike through 25 miles of green space in Boston

Is Downtown Boston Looking Up?

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Boston Magazine | After two years of empty offices and desolate sidewalks, the streets in and around the... Read More → Is Downtown Boston Looking Up?

A new park is unfolding in the Seaport. Is it what the neighborhood needs?

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Boston Globe |The Seaport District’s newest public space is unfolding after years of planning. One section... Read More → A new park is unfolding in the Seaport. Is it what the neighborhood needs?

Coinciding with Juneteenth, inaugural Embrace Ideas Festival gets underway in Boston

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Channel 5 | Coinciding with Juneteenth, a historic five-day celebration of culture, community and... Read More → Coinciding with Juneteenth, inaugural Embrace Ideas Festival gets underway in Boston

Boston Plans Wider Sidewalks, Protected Bikeway for State Street Downtown

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Streets Blog Mass | This summer, the City of Boston’s Public Works Department will start drawing up... Read More → Boston Plans Wider Sidewalks, Protected Bikeway for State Street Downtown

Latino activism leads in grass-root efforts on climate change

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Boston Globe | Students at a largely Hispanic elementary school in Phoenix have long lined up for morning... Read More → Latino activism leads in grass-root efforts on climate change

‘Open Streets’ Events Expanding to More Boston Neighborhoods This Summer

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Streets Blog Mass | After a hiatus for the pandemic, the City of Boston will restart its popular day-long... Read More → ‘Open Streets’ Events Expanding to More Boston Neighborhoods This Summer

‘We belong here. We have a place here.’ Artist Wen-ti Tsen brings his vision to Chinatown.

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Boston Globe | Fewer than half of the poll’s respondents, 48 percent, ranked climate in the highest... Read More → ‘We belong here. We have a place here.’ Artist Wen-ti Tsen brings his vision to Chinatown.

Mapping environmental injustice

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Boston Globe | An exhibition at the Boston Public Library wades into some of today’s most contentious... Read More → Mapping environmental injustice

As Earth’s temperature rises, Massachusetts residents’ sense of urgency on climate change declines

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Boston Globe | Fewer than half of the poll’s respondents, 48 percent, ranked climate in the highest... Read More → As Earth’s temperature rises, Massachusetts residents’ sense of urgency on climate change declines

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