2012 GoGreen Award Winners Announced
Congratulations to community leaders!
Annually in spring, Cambridge celebrates its community-wide commitment to the environment at a presentation of GoGreen Awards honoring business, nonprofit, and institutional leaders who have taken action in the areas of energy, transportation, waste reduction, stormwater management, and climate protection.
Congratulations to the following recipients, who were presented awards by Deputy City Manager, Richard C. Rossi at the May 22 ceremony:
Community organization: Mystic River Watershed Association
Waste reduction and recycling, small business: Karma Yoga Studio
Waste reduction and recycling, large organization: Harvard Law School
Energy use: TD Bank, Central Square branch
Transportation, small business: CRB Consulting Engineers
Transportation, large employer AND energy award: Amgen
Transportation and overall climate leadership: Tsoi Kobus and Associates
City Employee Award: Christina Giacobbe of the Police Commissioner’s Office
The 2012 GoGreen Awards ceremony was generously hosted by the MIT Museum, where attendees were also able to view the exhibition, Rivers of Ice: Vanishing Glaciers of the Greater Himalaya. The exhibition (ending March 2013) documents the effects of climate change through the photography of mountaineer and filmmaker, David Breashears.
For more information about the achievements of GoGreen Award recipients, contact the Environmental and Transportation Planning Division at 617/349-4604.