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Get involved with Greenovate

We want to get all Bostonians involved in addressing climate change. We're seeking to empower residents to carry out actions in their communities to support Boston’s climate goals.

Greenovate works with Bostonians to carry out the City’s Climate Action Plan in neighborhoods and communities. Our team leads communications, events, and relationship building with the broader community. We serve as a central resource about climate change in Boston. We focus on making Boston a prepared, efficient, mobile, zero waste, and connected city.


Take Action on Climate Change

A guide to reduce your contribution to climate change and better prepare for it. 

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Behavior Change Survey RFI

This fall, we are launching a new behavior change initiative, grounded in social science, to more strategically support Bostonians in taking action on climate. In tandem with piloting strategies to change behavior now, we want to base the broad-scale rollout of this program on representative survey data on the barriers and benefits of implementing each climate action we are promoting to all communities within Boston.

Greenovate's Request for Information (RFI) is designed to explore potential partnerships and collaboration to collect and analyze representative survey data of the Boston community related to climate action. Please respond and share with your networks!


Urban Wild Cleanups

Joining an urban wild clean up is one way to get involved and volunteer with Greenovate. It's a great way to clean up our City while also connecting with your neighbors! 

RSVP for a CleanUp

Streets cleanups

Joining a street cleanup is another great way to get involved and volunteer with Greenovate. Keeping our shared spaces clean allows you to get to know your neighborhood and build more healthy, resilient communities.

Streets cleanup program


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