Smart development in Boston means accounting for climate change in long-term planning and design.
A $25 million investment over six years in 29 Massachusetts arts organizations to strengthen financial health and capacity to adapt to change.
Grants to support work on community revitalization, business leadership for clean energy, and New England high schools engaging in comprehensive planning to connect all students to success.
Barr commits at least $100 million over the next five years, joining the largest-ever philanthropic investment in climate change mitigation.
The best way to protect Boston from rising seas is through “shore-based solutions.” Two of the authors of a recent report explain what that means, and how such solutions can yield benefits for communities.
Fifth in a new series featuring stories from Greater Boston arts organizations that received special funding to pursue an artistic risk.
Fourteen organizations supported as part of 2018 Special Initiative.
A new video series engages millions in questioning longstanding education practices that are ripe for a rethink.
A conversation with local artist Silvia López Chavez discussing her new mural for the Barr Foundation, activating the creative process, and what it's like to make public art in Boston.
Six months into the Barr Foundation’s Creative Commonwealth Initiative, our partners are creating change across Massachusetts. Here are some highlights on progress, milestones, and impacts of their promising early efforts.