Zoom Forum: “Why Trees Matter for Green Development”

The Boston Ward 4 Dems are proud to join a host of local green organizations and Democratic committees in co-sponsoring an important forum on April 21st.

According to the Trees As a Public Good Network, “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.”

Senator Ed Markey will be introducing this important conversation.

Join us for “Why Trees Matter for Green Development” on the 21st at 7pm. Register here.

 

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