The Emmanuel Gospel Center, in coordination with Northeastern University and Vibrant Boston, will be hosting a series of talks about climate change and how it affects citizens and neighborhoods in Boston.
Emmanuel Gospel Center
2 San Juan St
Is Boston’s Climate Changing? Are We Prepared?
October 23rd, 3:15-4:30
Mia Mansfield is the manager of the Climate Ready Boston Program in the City of Boston’s Office of Environment, Energy, and Open Space. Her talk will be on the status of Boston’s preparations for the effects of climate change.
Connections: Race and Climate Justice
October 30th, 3:15-4:30
Reverend Mariama White-Hammond is a pastor at Bethel AME Church. Her talk will be focused on unifying communities to work together on addressing environmental concerns and racial justice.
Resilient Communities: East Boston Sets an Example
November 8th, 3:15-4:30
Gabriela Boscio is the climate program manager and Melinda Vega is the community engagement coordinator for
the Neighborhood of Affordable Housing for East Boston.