Tree canopies shading Massachusetts cities and towns could grow dramatically due to a new climate bill.
Alison Kuznitz - 05-05-2023
By 2035, mobility in American cities could be transformed.
Michael Brady - 05-05-2023
A new DOE program designates funding to design geothermal heating and cooling.
Ysabelle Kempe - 05-05-2023
As plastic piles up, bills that shift the financial cost of recycling to the producers are gaining traction.
Molly Bolan - 05-05-2023
Climate resiliency is the focus of a new program in Massachusetts.
Brent Addleman - 04-28-2023
More than 70 Cambridge residents and activists gathered in front of City Hall in support of Cambridge Green New Deal
Erika K. Chung and Emily L. Ding, Crimson Staff Writers - 04-28-2023
This spring, Cambridge, Mass. is putting new force behind its efforts to decarbonize multi-family buildings.
Marigo Farr - 04-28-2023
This month, Niche released its ranking of the best cities to live in America in 2023.
Celia Fernandez - 04-28-2023
Communities and states that want to use low-carbon materials to prepare for disaster are receiving a funding boost
Ysabelle Kempe - 04-11-2023
It’s not only possible to make a difference with our individual decisions — it is vital.
Sarah Shemkus - 04-11-2023
RADIO: A new report finds people of color are most impacted by the effects of climate change in the city.
Rob Lane & Tiziana Dearing - 04-11-2023
Boston is set to implement a new state climate-friendly building code to reduce the use of fossil fuels.
Kathryn Carley - 04-11-2023
Roofscapes, a startup founded by three MIT students, is planning to build green spaces on pitched roofs in Paris.
Zach Winn - 04-06-2023
More local governments are considering ordinances that would make it harder to remove healthy trees.
Rachel Gottlieb - 04-06-2023
The grants will help local governments prevent wildlife-vehicle collisions and improve connections between habitats.
Molly Bolan - 04-06-2023
A new federal study explores the impacts of offshore wind on fisheries and commercial fishermen.
Anastasia E. Lennon - 04-06-2023
Cities can work to ensure they roll out EV charging infrastructure equitably by listening and collaborating
Kalena Thomhave - 03-29-2023
Momentum is building for land- and water-based infrastructure strategies.
Kalena Thomhave - 03-29-2023
Bonnie Heiple, the state’s new Department of Environmental Protection commissioner, has a bold plan for MA.
Dharna Noor - 03-29-2023
To reach net-zero emissions by 2050 or even 2040, we have to make considerable progress this decade.
Larry Chretien & Anna Vanderspek - 03-29-2023
Since 2020, at least 14 heat-pump coaching programs have sprung up in Massachusetts
Alison F. Takemura - 03-29-2023
The Biden administration opened up applications for $700 million in grants for local governments to install EV chargers
Daniel C. Vock - 03-24-2023
The Inflation Reduction Act and others are offering all-too-rare opportunities for state and local governments.
Chip Kline and Simone Maloz - 03-24-2023
Climate change is altering spring growing conditions, and plant life is changing along with it.
PBS - 03-24-2023
Activists took to the streets of Boston’s financial district to demand banks stop investing in fossil fuel companies.
Paula Moura - 03-24-2023
A new report lists 10 policies to constrain polluting infrastructure and achieve key climate goals.
Joseph Winters - 03-24-2023
The impacts of climate change are already apparent in U. S. offshore waters, creating challenges for fisheries
Reggie Paros - 02-28-2023
The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law offers an unprecedented opportunity to leverage transportation infrastructure
Catherine Nagel - 02-28-2023
Long before anyone called this place northwest Montana or considered it a tourist destination, it sustained the tribes.
Carly Graf - 02-21-2023
One in five Americans now lives in an area that's trying to move buildings off fossil fuels
Emily Pontecorvo - 02-21-2023
The first comprehensive standards for public EV charging stations will help ensure reliability and accessibility.
Gabriela Aoun Angueira - 02-21-2023
This story is part of the Cities + Solutions series, which chronicles inspiring climate initiatives in U.S. communities....
GABRIELA AOUN ANGUEIRA - 02-21-2023
Exxon has pulled the plug on its green fuels from algae research after 15 years. Was it ever real or just a PR stunt?
Steve Hanley - 02-14-2023
Look up this weekend to help count birds and document climate change during Audubon's Great Backyard Bird Count.
Dinah Voyles Pulver - 02-14-2023
This story is part of the Cities + Solutions series, which first appeared in Grist’s climate solutions newsletter
Emma Loewe - 02-14-2023