Mayor Walsh’s Civic Academy – an outlet for residents to collaborate with local government – is having its second class – this time with a focus on the environment and energy department in particular the city’s Climate Action Plan.
The Climate Action Plan gives tangible steps and a long-term vision for making Boston greener, healthier, and more prosperous. From creating local and clean energy, to preparing for climate disasters like Superstorm Sandy, to making sure our waste gets recycled and reused, the strategies of the Climate Action Plan are the result of over a year of public process and thousands of personal interactions with Bostonians
Monday November 17th 6:30-8pm
New England Aquarium, 1 Central Wharf
This is the second session of Mayor Walsh’s Civic Academy Program. In a continued effort to bring more transparency and accessibility to city government, Mayor Walsh created the Civic Academy Program; with the goal of delivering a wider range of information to all residents in Boston, representatives from various departments as well as cabinet members will be in attendance to answer questions and engage with residents.
Please call the Mayor’s Office of Neighborhood Services with any questions or concerns about the Civic Academy Program at 617-635-3485.