Hear from staff and partners about aspirations, accomplishments, and lessons learned along the way.
Kathryn Wright Shares Perspectives from her First Year at Barr
Barr's senior program officer reflects on her career in clean energy and what excites her about her new role at the Foundation.
Top Five Urban Parks Ideas from the 2022 Greater and Greener Conference
Our Boston Waterfront Initiative director shares five inspiring ideas for our waterfront from a recent learning journey in Philadelphia.
Five Community-Driven Actions for Change in Arts and Culture Organizations
Cultural researcher Matthew Jenetopulos recaps a series of convenings across Massachusetts focused on turning research into action.
New Tool for Climate Nonprofits to Assess Progress on Racial Equity
Self-assessment helps organizations evaluate and benchmark efforts to change culture and ways of working; and helps funders better understand partners’ efforts and how to target resources.
Supporting BIPOC Artists, Growing Vibrant Communities
The brilliance of individual artists propels social, economic, and physical progress in the places we love.
Barr Awards $50.3 Million in Third Quarter of 2022
New grants will catalyze artist support services across Massachusetts, environmental justice efforts in Connecticut, and the development of new high school models across New England.
Looking to Denmark as a Model for an Equitable Clean Energy Sector
Learning from a trip to Denmark focused on how Denmark is navigating its energy transition in the building and electricity sectors.
Massachusetts Voters Want More Clean Energy: Insights from our 2022 Poll
Kathryn Wright shares key findings from new polling of Massachusetts voters' attitudes on the future of clean energy.
Green Power at Lower Cost: Green Municipal Aggregation in Massachusetts
Green Energy Consumers Alliance shares findings and opportunities for growth from a new report on green municipal aggregation in Massachusetts.
New Funding Extends Transformation Efforts in Five High Schools
Beyond Engage New England is a $2.85 million investment in five schools committed to ensuring post-secondary success for all students.