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Tomorrow, Tues. Dec. 15, at 9:00AM EST.
BE+ Morning Brew: Zero Carbon Zoning

Boston's Future in Context 

Join us tomorrow for a live talk show style conversation, hosted by Meredith Elbaum, with leading professionals driving our Zero Carbon Future. This session will be interactive with opportunity for audience participation.

As you may have heard, the Boston Planning & Development Agency (BPDA) recently launched a Zero Net Carbon Building Zoning Initiative that is assessing and identifying strategies to strengthen green building zoning requirements to a zero net carbon standard for new construction. This is a critical step for advancing practices to meet Mayor Martin J. Walsh’s goal for Boston to be carbon neutral by 2050.  Learn more about Boston’s initiative here.

Don’t miss this opportunity to hear more about Boston’s efforts, how they fit in context within Massachusetts and cities around the country, and the implications for how this affects future business and development.


Inform you about Boston’s Net Zero Carbon Zoning efforts.

Hear from this Community.

Inform next steps.


John Dalzell, AIA, LEED Fellow - Senior Architect | Boston Redevelopment Authority
Claire McKenna - Senior Associate | Rocky Mountain Institute
Rick Malmstrom - Executive Director, Sustainable Operations | Alexandria Real Estate Equities
Jacob Knowles - Director of Sustainable Design | BR+A
Colin Schless, LEED, CPHC - Vice President | Thornton Tomasetti

BE+ Morning Brew: Zero Carbon Zoning - Boston's Future in Context will take place
Tuesday, December 15th, 2020 from 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM (EST) via Zoom
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