Doug Foy speaks about the 25-year clean-up of Boston Harbor and its role in making a Boston into a great city. He also discusses the upcoming peril of sea level rise from climate change.
Foy is the former President of the Conservation Law Foundation, the chief plaintiff in the famous 1980’s Boston Harbor case. He is also a North End resident.
His speech was the first at a 2-day event this week, “A Clean Boston Harbor: What’s Next?” sponsored by The Boston Harbor Association and held at the IMAX theater at New England Aquarium.
In the video, Doug Foy is introduced by Martha Mazzone, daughter of the late Judge Mazzone who presided over the Boston Harbor case.
NorthEndWaterfront.com will have much more on the TBHA’s event with more presentations and panels.