Key takeaways from a recent workshop of city leaders focused on advancing clean energy.
Jim Canales describes initial priorities for a set of investments intended to complement and reinforce all of Barr’s core program work.
These represent Barr’s first grants awarded in 2016 aligned with new strategic priorities.
Grounded in the belief that all students can succeed in school and in life, our new portfolio represents sharper focus and expanding reach.
How a modest grant for one new staff member in a City Hall office set the stage for exciting progress on clean energy.
Adapting boldly. Spanning sectors. Activating public support.
A conversation between the Barr Foundation’s San San Wong and Katarzyna Balug, co-founder of Department of Play, about the role of artists in Boston’s cultural planning.
The next iteration of Barr’s Clean Energy program aims at transformation in the Northeast energy sector.
Barr’s newly-named Mobility portfolio aims to spur transformation in how people move around and how we build our communities.
Barr’s president outlines new plans to build on a legacy of good work, with ambitious goals and sharper focus over expanded geography.