Have Mayor Wu Stand Firm Against the Downtown Waterfront MHP

Nov. 5, 2021 – Have Mayor Wu Stand Firm Against the Downtown Waterfront MHP – By Save Boston’s Waterfront  “This week’s historic victory elected a mayor for the City of Boston that prioritizes an accessible public realm, climate resiliency and inclusivity.  Together, we made sure that all the mayoral candidates knew that revamping the DowntownContinue reading “Have Mayor Wu Stand Firm Against the Downtown Waterfront MHP”

Pier 5 Challenges

Environmental  1.  Rising Sea Level impacts on Pier 5, including severe exposure to winter storm conditions. 2.  Limitations on the use of Tidal lands under M.G.L.c. 91 for water dependent uses only and the associated exclusion of public from East and West sides of Pier 5 and inaccessibility of the end of Pier 5 throughContinue reading “Pier 5 Challenges”

Trustees One Waterfront

IMAGINING THE FUTURE OF BOSTON ONE WATERFRONT VISION ■ Advance bold, innovative, and iconic open space destinations on Boston’s waterfront ■ Support the needs and accessibility of a diverse community ■ Provide solutions to Boston’s climate resiliency goals ■ Model fiscal best practices for creation and maintenance One Waterfront

Boston Climate Action Network – Building Community Power for Climate Justice

Who We Are At Boston Climate Action Network, we turn individual passion for the global environment into collective, local action. Our mission is to catalyze Boston’s government, communities, and other stakeholders to take decisive steps to reduce the carbon emissions that cause climate change.    Why Act? Climate change is a global problem; it is alsoContinue reading “Boston Climate Action Network – Building Community Power for Climate Justice”

Mayor Wu, blowing up the BPDA isn’t on the back burner

Wu has big plans to restructure Boston’s development agency but so far in her term has tackled more urgent matters, keeping top officials at the BPDA in place for now. By Shirley Leung Globe Columnist,Updated December 9, 2021, 10:40 a.m. 105 Michelle Wu ran for Mayor vowing to “abolish” the Boston Planning & Development Agency,Continue reading “Mayor Wu, blowing up the BPDA isn’t on the back burner”

Overview — Mystic River Watershed Association

About the Mystic River Watershed Association Photo Credit: Chris McIntosh The Mystic River Watershed Association (MyRWA) was founded in 1972 with a mission to protect and restore the Mystic River, its tributaries and watershed lands for the benefit of present and future generations and to celebrate the value, importance and great beauty of these naturalContinue reading “Overview — Mystic River Watershed Association”

Coalition for Resilient and Inclusive Waterfront brings together 40 organizations

The Boston waterfront is exclusive and expensive, and a new coalition wants to change that Poll finds Black and Latino residents are more likely to want the waterfront to include events that reflect the city’s diversity, affordable food options and good jobs for local residents By Shirley Leung Globe Columnist, Updated June 29, 2021, 12:01Continue reading “Coalition for Resilient and Inclusive Waterfront brings together 40 organizations”

Restore Pier 5, Inc. – Mission – Save Pier 5

We are a group of Charlestown Navy Yard residents organizing to  Restore Pier 5:  A Public Waterfront Park for the benefit of Charlestown, Boston and its visitors. We are asking the Boston Planning and Development Agency (BPDA), City of Boston officials and members of Congress to seek an appropriation in the new Federal infrastructure legislationContinue reading “Restore Pier 5, Inc. – Mission – Save Pier 5”

The Conservation Law Foundation

#PeoplesHarbor Know your rights. Pledge to Protect Boston Harbor and the Public Waterfront. The Conservation Law Foundation Pledge to Protect Boston Harbor to help maintain public access and promote climate resiliency for the People’s Harbor. The People’s Harbor belongs to all of us, not just to the wealthy. I pledge to support everyone’s right to access Boston’sContinue reading “The Conservation Law Foundation”