Getting Boston ready for climate change

Climate change is here. Summers are getting hotter, sea levels are rising, storms are getting stronger and wetter, and there’s more flooding.

The City has been studying those changes with researchers at UMass Boston and a public advisory group (including BostonCAN) for over a year. Their final report is out and it includes:

  • Detailed projections, including climate change’s “equity impacts” — how low-income communities, people of color, and other vulnerable populations will be affected.
  • A detailed look at the neighborhoods that’ll be hit hardest: Charlestown, the Charles River, Dorchester, Downtown, East Boston, Roxbury, South Boston, and the South End.
  • Steps we can take.

Greenovate Boston is asking us to spread this climate change consciousness to our neighbors. Find a blog, article, image, or video about Climate Ready Boston that you can share to keep your friends and family up to date on climate change in Boston.

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