The green city: protecting the environment
May 23, 2010

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Like many cities, Boston is striving for ways to protect the environment while growing its economy, but can green succeed? In this installment of our continuing series, we take a closer look at Boston's efforts to be a leader in the Green Revolution, and the opportunities available for both public and private interests.

Joining Chet Curtis and Paul Grogan, President of the Boston Foundation, are four panelists:

-Jim Hunt, Chief of Environmental and Energy Service for the City of Boston
-Mike Monahan, Business Manager for Local 103 of the IBEW
-Sunny Schwartz, the Deputy Director of the Asian American Civic Association
-Brian Koop, Sr. Vice President and Regional Manager of Boston Properties

Watch Part 1 in the player on this page, and click HERE to see the second half of the discussion.

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