Conversations with Boston's Mayoral Candidates: Energy, the Environment, and the Innovation Economy
As Mayor Thomas Menino steps down from 20 years at the helm of Boston city government, his leadership in the areas of energy and the environment will be especially missed. At the same time, the transition to a new mayor offers opportunities for new and enhanced programs and policies on climate protection, sustainable transportation, parklands, green jobs, air and water quality, urban agriculture, coastal management, and many more areas that so greatly affect the quality of life in our communities.
At this second event, the two candidates for mayor will engage in two discussions in sequence on their views related to community development, jobs, sutainability, and the livability of our city, as well as issues of climate change adapatation, energy efficiency and other related issues of interest.
The Boston Globe's Derrick Jackson and former Secretary for Commonwealth Development Doug Foy will moderate the discussion.
Admission is free but tickets are required. Register here.