Emily Sidla

Emily Sidla joined Barr in 2013, providing support to both the Climate and Global program teams. Emily is now a full-time member of the Climate team, contributing to the program’s interests in clean energy and climate resiliency and working on grantmaking activities.

What Does Climate Change Mean for Coastal Communities?

Emily Sidla

Emily Sidla

Program Associate, Climate

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Erika Spanger-Siegfried

Guest Author · Senior Climate Analyst, Union of Concerned Scientists

A conversation with Erika Spanger-Siegfried on findings from a landmark report on flood risks and adaptation strategies for coastal communities and the opportunities for climate resilience in Boston and beyond.

February 26, 2018 | Category: Climate

Inspiration and Ideas from Leaders in Clean Energy

Emily Sidla

Emily Sidla

Program Associate, Climate

Key takeaways from a recent workshop of city leaders focused on advancing clean energy.

March 22, 2016 | Category: Climate

From Urban Wasteland to Great Neighborhood

Emily Sidla

Emily Sidla

Program Associate, Climate

Since 2005, when the MBTA abandoned its Bartlett Yard bus facility, the 8.5-acre site in Boston's Roxbury neighborhood had become an urban wasteland. Thanks to a unanimous vote earlier this fall by the Boston Redevelopment Authority, the site's transformation into a mixed-use, smart growth development took a big step forward.

November 19, 2013 | Category: Climate