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Q1: Looking Ahead – Climate Change & Resiliency

Client Conversations Q1

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‘Boston Strong' is a spirit that carries our city forward in good times and bad. Resiliency is the ability to plan and prepare for the future, and to absorb, recover from, and more successfully adapt to adverse events. After a year where we faced erratic government policies, racial inequity, and a crushing economy from the COVID-19 pandemic, Boston was mightily resilient, nourishing new development opportunities within a more sustainable and circular regional economy.

With the knowledge that climate change is an urgent threat to our national security and planet, we’ll meet with clients who are climate ready and learn about what they are doing today, their strategies moving forward, and how climate first projects happen within the city.

Q1 Sessions

January 12
A Conversation with Chris Cook, Chief of Environment, Energy, and Open Space, City of Boston

February 9
A Conversation with John Messervy AIA, Corporate Director of Design & Construction, Real Estate, Mass General Brigham

March 9
Tour the BU Center for Computing & Data Sciences with Dennis Carlberg AIA. LEED AP BD+C, Associate Vice President for University Sustainability, Boston University and Jacob Knowles, Associate Principal, Director of Sustainable Design, BR+A Consulting Engineers

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