With an initial $5 million commitment for 2018, Barr Foundation adds climate resilience as a third priority of its Climate program.
Including support for creative placemaking partnerships, student-centered high school models, clean energy technology projects, and the creation of a great public realm throughout Boston’s waterfront.
Arlington, Everett, and Cambridge in partnership with Watertown, receive $100,000 grants to demonstrate BRT’s potential.
They entered the room as adversaries. They left as partners, committed, for their children’s sake, to solve a pressing climate challenge.
Three principles that guide Barr's approach to its grant investments.
A conversation about the role of learning and evaluation in philanthropy with Yvonne Belanger.
Dr. Stephen Zrike, Receiver/Superintendent of Holyoke Public Schools, shares lessons from the high school design process that resulted in establishing a new vision for high school education in Holyoke.
New analysis bolsters the case for collaboration between arts and transportation to generate innovative solutions to pressing mobility challenges.
Eight lessons from Massachusetts leaders on a study tour of mobility innovations in Seattle.
Five questions for a world-class city to create a great public realm.