Join MAPC for our program webinar, Electrify Your Community: Charging Station Purchasing 101, on Thursday, February 15, from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM. Tune in to get up to speed on how to install electric vehicle charging stations to power vehicles in your fleet and community. Webinar attendees will learn more about:
- The basics of selecting a charging station, or stations, to meet your needs and reduce costs where possible;
- The benefits of buying in bulk with other communities through the Green Mobility Group Purchasing Program; and
- Available funding and steps to take to include charging stations, and more, in your Green Communities Competitive Grant application or municipal budget.
Join us for a night of appetizers, drinks and conversation with cross-sector professionals that are working to create buy-in, trust, and inclusion with an array of audiences. Connect with other practitioners working in industries such as community development, urban planning, design, nonprofit, public relations, conflict resolution, public health, education, social work, communications and media, local government, law and more. This event will allow you to build your network, learn new strategies, and enjoy a fun night out.
Please register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/community-engagement-professional-mixer-tickets-50089084801
What is community engagement?
The process of utilizing relationships and different strategies to involve people to participate in decision-making and collaboration in a community.
Thank you to our event partners:
Institute for Non-profit Practice
The Mel King Institute
The Mediation Group
Join the MAPC Clean Energy team for lessons learned from net zero case studies close to home and farther afield. This webinar is part of our Zero to 101 series to provide resources for our communities pursuing Net Zero targets.
Register for the webinar here.
Connect with civic engagement professionals and changemakers focused on inclusion and access in Metro Boston.
Free with RSVP! You must RSVP here: https://mapc.ma/IgniteEngagement
Complimentary light appetizers, cash bar.
Metropolitan Area Planning Council, Howard Stein Hudson, and The Move MIT
Join MAPC on Wednesday, September 11, from 12:00 PM – 1:15 PM, for a free webinar on our new white paper, Hot, Cool, Clean: Clean Heating and Cooling Opportunities for Massachusetts Municipalities.
Across the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, municipalities are embracing clean heating and cooling systems as important tools for reducing their energy costs and their greenhouse gas emissions. With recent technological advancements and evolving markets, air-source heat pumps, ground-source humps, and solar thermal have emerged as viable alternatives to fossil-fuel heating systems. Hot, Cool, Clean: Clean Heating and Cooling Opportunities for Massachusetts Municipalities highlights the technologies that are providing municipalities with cost-effective, low-carbon solutions for their heating and cooling needs. Join MAPC for this webinar to learn more about the incentives available to municipalities interested in clean heating and cooling and to hear from municipal leaders who have installed these systems.