Last Chance to Hear How Mayoral Candidates Will Shape Boston’s Energy and Environmental Future

Yan Au

detail-Connolly-WalshBostonians, come on over to the historic Old South Meeting House this Tuesday 10/22 at 1:00 pm to hear mayoral candidates John Connolly and Marty Walsh talk about their plans to make Boston greener, more climate resilient and an even better place to live, work, and play. One of these gentlemen soon will be the next Boston Mayor, and now is your chance to learn more about them. Get your free tickets here.

Connolly and Walsh, in back-to-back conversations, will tackle questions like:

  • What will they do to improve Boston’s public transportation and cycling infrastructure?
  • How can we make Boston’s waterfront and low-lying neighborhoods resilient to rising sea levels and climate change? How can Boston boost its climate leadership?
  • What policies and programs will they offer to enhance our parklands, community gardens, and public spaces?
  • How will they increase renewable energy and promote energy efficiency in our public buildings?

Digging deeper than was possible at the July mayoral candidates forum on these topics, they’ll sit down with the Globe’s Derrick Jackson and former Secretary for Commonwealth Development (as well as former CLF President) Doug Foy to address these issues. Our own Sue Reid, CLF MA Director, will emcee.

The Details:
“Conversations with Boston’s Mayoral Candidates on Energy, the Environment & the Innovation Economy”
Tuesday, October 22, 2013
1:00 PM – 2:30 PM
@ The Old South Meeting House, 310 Washington Street, Downtown Crossing, Boston
Co-sponsored by CLF and more than two dozen organizations and individuals focused on energy, the environment, & the innovation economy.
Free and open to the public! Book a ticket at:

Here’s the flyer. Bring a friend and hear what the Boston Mayoral candidates have in store!




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