Dig Deeper

Listen to climate justice researcher Dr. Julian Agyeman, sustainability expert Eric Van Vlandren, Mia Mansfield the City of Boston's Climate Ready Boston Program Manager, and artist Stephanie Cardon discuss the ways waste and climate change are affecting Boston and what we can do to create a more sustainable and just way of living.

"I could see a Green Planet that was deeply socially unjust, and if it were socially unjust would it really be sustainable?" - Dr. Julian Agyeman

 Dr. Julian Agyeman, Just Sustainabilities Expert; Professor of Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning at Tufts University

Dr. Julian Agyeman, Just Sustainabilities Expert; Professor of Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning at Tufts University

"Everything you put in the trash took physical material to make and if you throw it in the trash, it is wasted that material and the energy it took to make the thing." - Eric Van Vlandren

 Eric Van Vlandren is the Year End Materials Management Supervisor at Tufts University

Eric Van Vlandren is the Year End Materials Management Supervisor at Tufts University

"Climate resilience is an opportunity to invest in our city and make it work better for everyone." - Mia Mansfield

 Mia Mansfield is the Climate Preparedness Program Manager in the Environment Department, City of Boston

Mia Mansfield is the Climate Preparedness Program Manager in the Environment Department, City of Boston