Racial Equity in Urban Climate Action
Joan Fitzgerald, Professor of Urban Planning and Policy at Northeastern University, will discuss how cities are rethinking their approach to climate action by placing racial justice at the forefront. Building on concepts in her book, Greenovation: Urban Leadership on Climate Change (2020), she’ll draw from recent experiences with U.S. cities in creating participatory processes and new priorities for a just transition to a carbon-free society. Join us via Zoom.
If Winter Comes…The Promise of Each Year in the Paintings of Anthony Apesos
New England seasons extol the virtues of each month, and winter is no exception. If Winter Comes, an online exhibition by Anthony Apesos, revels in the season through the nuance and attention he brings to his paintings. It is art that is alive and jubilant in its expression and astute in rendering the spirit of the season, capturing the Arboretum and its trees pared down to their beautiful bones.
Bark: Get to Know Your Trees
Learn to identify trees by their bark in this online class with Michael Wojtech, naturalist, educator, and author of Bark: A Field Guide to Trees of the Northeast>. This free webinar is co-hosted by Bartlett Arboretum & Gardens and The Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University.