In 2017, Mayor Luke Bronin established the City of Hartford Office of Sustainability to advance our economy, improve public health, and promote social equity through environmental stewardship initiatives. Sustainability Coordinator Shubhada Kambli leads the Office, and she is joined by a Green Infrastructure Team. They collaborate closely with other city agencies, including the Department of Public Works, the Department of Development Services, and Hartford Public Schools, as well as other community partners.

The Office works with the City’s Climate Stewardship Council, which is the city’s sustainability task force, to lead Climate Stewardship Initiative. The success of Hartford’s Climate Stewardship Initiative depends on individuals like you working together to make Hartford a global leader in environmental stewardship.

The Office, located in City Hall, is funded by the generous support of the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving, Partners for Places, UConn’s Connecticut Institute for Resilience and Climate Adaptation, and the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation.

Contact the Office using our online form.


ShubhadaSUSTAINABILITY COORDINATOR SHUBHADA KAMBLI

For the past ten years, Shubhada Kambli has led results-driven climate change and neighborhood revitalization programs at the local, state and federal levels across the country. She specializes in creating strong educational outreach and conservation training programs for diverse audiences. She has also built multiple successful, data-driven initiatives in New England, the Midwest, and the Southern United States. Educated at Wesleyan, Tufts, and Harvard, Shubhada has advanced academic training in environmental health, design, and policy.


GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE ASSISTANT GRACE YI

Grace Yi has a passion for sustainability and public policy. Through her past internships and academic work, she has developed experience collecting and manipulating geospatial information, observing and examining connections between the environment and its residents, as well as recognizing and resolving the issues vulnerable populations may face. Grace holds a B.S. in Environmental Science with minors in Geography and City and Regional Planning from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


*The Hartford Mayor’s Office of Sustainability is funded in part by the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation’s Long Island Sound Futures Fund. The views contained in this document are those of the authors and should not be interpreted as representing the opinions or policies of the U.S. Government or the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation and its funding sources. Mention of trade names or commercial products does not constitute their endorsement by the U.S. Government, or the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation or its funding sources.