Last spring, 70 people representing grassroots community groups, churches, housing advocates, educational institutions, and environmental and social justice organizations throughout Boston gathered to learn how to translate findings on sea level rise, increased storms, and extreme heat and precipitation into relatable stories for their own audiences.
At the end of 2016, Climate Access worked with the City of Boston to design an ambassadors program that provides individuals with the tools and training needed to amplify the need to prepare for the impacts of climate change, and engage Bostonians in creating more a vibrant and resilient comm
Thanks in part to the language of “global warming,” heat is one of those climate impacts that’s more intuitive than extreme blizzard conditions and less obscure than vector-
How extreme is the weather in your county?
Messaging health risks.