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Last updated: 4/4/18

Climate change and historic preservation discussion panel

The panel will discuss impending climate changes in Boston and their effect on the historic fabric throughout the City.

(After 5:30 p.m., please use Congress Street as an entrance and exit.)
 

The Boston Landmarks Commission has teamed up with the Climate Ready Boston staff to create a panel with the hope to start a conversation about climate change and how it may affect Boston's built environment, and specifically historic structures. The panel will consist of four individuals who are leaders in their fields:

  • Susan Pranger, AIA, former chair of the Boston Landmarks Commission and Adjunct Faculty at the Boston Architectural College, where she teaches both Sustainable Design and Historic Preservation. 
  • Mia Mansfield, Climate Ready Boston Program Manager within Boston City Hall's Environment Department.
  • Christopher Busch, Senior Waterfront Planner at the Boston Planning and Development Agency.
  • Blake Jackson, AIA, Sustainability Design Leader at Stantec in Boston's Seaport and Fort Point Channel Landmark District.

This event will be free and open to the public and registration is not required. We encourage those who are interested in these topics to join the conversation and help us protect Boston's historic treasures!