Tuesday, June 13
Endicott Estate, Dedham
Guest speaker: Courtney Humphries: “Climate Change in Boston: A Negotiated Path”
You are invited to join the NepRWA Board and staff as we gather at the beautiful Endicott Estate to reflect on the accomplishments of the past year.
After appetizers and drinks, we’ll attend to the business of the organization, review program highlights, and recognize individuals and groups for their extraordinary contributions.
Finally, we’ll hear from our guest speaker about the importance of good governance in mitigating and adapting to climate change in cities, and the vital role of community leadership in putting Boston on a better path for the future.
Tickets will be available soon.
For more information, please email NepRWA Outreach Director, Nancy Fyler, at firstname.lastname@example.org
About our Guest Speaker
Courtney Humphries, PhD
Visiting Assistant Professor in Environmental Studies — Core Fellow, Boston College
has a masters degree in science writing from MIT, and is a former Knight Science Journalism Fellow at MIT. She authored a nonfiction book, Superdove: How the Pigeon Took Manhattan….And the World, which chronicles the natural history of the ubiquitous pigeon. Her upcoming book, Climate Change and the Future of Boston, will be published by Anthem Press.
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