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The 10th Annual Boston GreenFest was an extravagant three-day event that brought together the whos-who of sustainability from around the world while also providing a totally free family friendly celebration in the heart of historic Boston. From food, music, education, forums and so much more RNN is happy to bring you just a taste of what Boston enjoyed.

One special moment was when RNN’s Peter Arpin caught up with former Massachusetts Governor and Democratic Presidential Candidate Michael Dukakis at Boston GreenFest’s opening ceremonies where he just received a lifetime achievement award from Dr. Karen Weber for his efforts in promoting green initiatives. Peter had a chance to ask him to reflect on Boston’s history over the years and if the city s heading in the right direction when it comes to sustainability.

Enjoy the show and we hope to see you next year!

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