Mission Notes

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Overdevelopment is forever encroaching in spite of climate change. Boston’s response to climate change is unfolding on the harborfront. Status quo? 

Historic Preservation, Socio-ecological Priorities and Public Access to the Harbor continue to be threatened by unethical privatization. 

Without Public Private Projects (PPP) oversight and with revenue modus operandi compass. Historic remnants of Boston Harbor are disappearing. Privatization takes priority over public interest.

Access to public waterfront assets must be saved and revitalized.

We raise awareness about the imminent threats faced by the Head of Harbor and Boston Navy Yard. We are focused on Head of the Harbor progressive public park projects such as Piers Park in East Boston and the Revival of Pier 5.

We inspire and catalyse resilient, revitalized, and accessible waterfront through community engagement and education.

We foster the capacity of individuals, institutions, businesses, government and urban systems to survive, adapt, and grow no matter what kinds of chronic climate stresses and acute shocks they might experience.

We bring together global knowledge, practice to learn more about the various communities, companies, Universities, institutions and groups involved in renewing Boston Harbor.  

We help inform policy, elected leaders, decision makers and the public to preserve the waterfront and improve access for urban health, recreation and education. We are a unified voice for a public waterfront.

We encourage rightful public access to the waterfront

We encourage access to the Head of the Harbor Piers at the finality of the Boston Harbor Walk

We encourage rightful public access to the waterfront

We encourage access to the Head of the Harbor Piers at the finality of the Boston Harbor Walk

Our allies help build consensus on important waterfront policy and planning issues as well as coming together on events

We are opposed to further privatization and loss of public property

Our community of concerned citizens do not profit by our efforts

We all know what needs to be done.

Protect the waterfront from rising seas and privatization. Shovel Ready inaction is failing us.

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