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John Gravelin

John Gravelin at the Green Alley Opening Celebration with Congressman Michael Capuano and BAC President Ted Landsmark; Photo by Sam Rosenholtz

John Gravelin (center) at the Green Alley Opening Celebration with Congressman Michael Capuano (Left) and BAC President Ted Landsmark (right)

© Boston Architectural College; Photo by Sam Rosenholtz

John's passion for sustainability and analysis brought him to the Boston Architectural College where studied architectural technology and sustainable design. While at the BAC, John led a student team that developed the first Climate Action Plan - a strategy for developing a carbon-neutral campus. John helped develop the College's carbon accounting methodology, enabling the BAC to cut annual operating emissions by 25%.

John is currently a Sustainability Consultant at Linnean Solutions, where he is primarily focused on using Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to analyze environmental and social impacts of resource use and resilience strategies. His work also includes carbon analysis at the city scale and preliminary site assessments.

As a member of the team at Linnean Solutions, a partner in the BAC's urban sustainability initiative, John continues to engage with the College to support its carbon emissions reduction goals.

John graduated from the Boston Architectural College in 2013 with a Bachelor of Design Studies in Architectural Technology, a Certificate in Sustainable Design, and a Certificate in Sustainable Urban Planning. He was the recipient of a 2013 Practice Achievement Award, as well as the 2013 President's Award.