Sunday, April 21 from 7-8:30pm. Online.

Towns and cities across the Commonwealth are working BOTH to encourage green development of housing and energy and ALSO to avert the climate emergency. Learn how to make development climate-friendly and “green” by preserving trees’ crucial eco-services in urban areas and in wild forests. Two scientists and three community advocates will explain how natural climate solutions can work together with the development Massachusetts needs.



  • Dr. William Moomaw (Tufts U & Woodwell Climate Research Center)
  • Dr. Zbigniew Grabowski (U Conn & the New School)
  • Meg Sheehan (Community Land and Water Coalition)
  • Mimi Turchinetz (Hyde Park Neighborhood Association)
  • Aalana Feaster (Environmental Health Is Wealth Advocacy Coalition)

Sponsored by Trees as a Public Good Network and Green Newton.