Barr’s Director of Global Programs discusses a new framework developed by Barr grantee Global Footprint Network that will measure the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals.
I’ve been given the unique opportunity to write you a letter from your future city—Boston in the year 2050, to be exact.
At Barr, we don’t think strategic planning requires going quiet until the work is done.
At their September 2015 board meeting, Barr’s trustees approved 16 grants totaling $6.5 million.
Amy Longsworth, director of the Boston Green Ribbon Commission, introduces a new series of reports to inform critical debates about the path to a cleaner, more reliable, more affordable energy future for our region.
Chris Smith shares how the Summer Learning Project helped 6,500 Boston children return to school ready and motivated to learn.
Following his new Encyclical on the urgency for action on climate, and with global talks on the horizon, Pope Francis gathered leaders from cities that are already taking up the challenge.
A conversation with Jaime Cortez.
Barr’s director of grants management, Kerri Hurley, reflects on travels through Bolivia with the 2015 Barr Fellows.
National trends and demographic data shared by Dr. Manuel Pastor continue to resonate with the Boston arts community.