At our 2018 summit we will reflect on the lessons of the past year, share our stories, and learn about new resources and best practices -- both for passing new regulations, and for implementing those that have been adopted.

The summit will feature expert briefings on passing local laws to reduce plastic bags, polystyrene, bottled water, and pesticides. There will also be a panel on the Fair Share Amendment, which adjusts the tax code to secure more funds for education and transportation. And there will be workshopson effective advocacy through campaign planning, lobbying, and messaging.  See the schedule below.

If you want to pass a new law to help your community live more sustainably, or if you're saddled with the task of implementing a new local regulation about plastic bags or polystyrene, then please come.

Registration is Limited.  Admission is free!

Massachusetts State Senator

James B. Eldridge

2018 Mass Green Summit

Boston City Councilor

Michelle Wu

Boston City Councilor

Ayanna Pressley

Saturday, February 3rd

9:00 am - 4:00 pm

Emerson College


Directions / Parking


Emerson College is located on the Boston Common, directly across from the State House. It is accessible by Commuter Rail (Back Bay Station) and by the T (Red Line to Park Street, Green Line to Boylston, Orange Line to Chinatown). A underground garage offers convenient on-site parking.

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