Welcome to this week’s edition of What’s Up Eastie?! On today’s show, we’re talking about climate change, environmental justice, and how climate change affects different demographics of East Bostonians differently. We’re joined by Gabriela Boscio, Climate Program Manager, and Melinda Vega, Community Engagement Coordinator, both from Neighborhood of Affordable Housing, Inc. (NOAH).
Get connected to Gabriela, Melinda, and NOAH here, and through the following social media channels:
- Facebook: @noahcdc
- Twitter: @NOAHCDC
- Instagram: @noah.cdc
- You can also email NOAH at email@example.com to find out more about any climate or neighborhood related questions.
If you’re feeling motivated to get involved after that great conversation, check out these links below, and see how you can take part in climate justice in East Boston:
- Get a free energy audit for your home and/or business to see the ways you can reduce energy consumption and save money: Mass Save
- Got hazardous waste (paints, motor oil, batteries, cleaning products, etc.) to get rid off. Check online for Boston’s next hazardous waste drop-off site and location. They also do paper shredding and textile recycling!
- If you’re a young East Boston resident (ages 14-18) and are interested in applying to be a part of the NOAH Youth Crew or other ways of getting involved, email NOAH at the address above!
- Learn more about how the NOAH Youth addressed East Boston’s lack of street trees!