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Meeting Highlights Key Climate Responses: Green Infrastructure and Community Action

With all the scary news lately about climate change, it’s important to see concrete steps people are taking to make our community more resilient in the face of flooding, heat and other perils. In a presentation on Saturday, GreeningRozzie got a good look at how the city is beginning to use green infrastructure – trees, shrubs, grasses and soil – to absorb storm runoff...

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Roslindale and Climate Change
GreeningRozzie needs your help! Your neighborhood environmental group is at a crossroads. It’s time for a new generation to step up and lead the way. Join your neighbors to talk about how climate change will affect Roslindale and what we can do about it. Plus, rain gardens! Boston Water and Sewer Commission’s Kate England will explain rain gardens and talk about other green infrastructure the city is deploying to deal with climate change. The talk will be followed by a broader discussion with Kate and Michelle Wu.
When: Saturday, December 1, 9:30 - 11 am
Where: Roslindale Community Center, 6 Cummins Highway
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