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News Release | Environment America

546 Leaders Call for Stronger Northeast Climate Pact

546 organizations, academics, businesses, health professionals, lawmakers and community leaders from the Northeast, including over 125 from Massachusetts, called on Governor Baker and other Northeast and Mid-Atlantic governors to strengthen the nation’s best regional cap-and-trade program, the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI). 

News Release | Environment America

546 Leaders Call for Stronger Northeast Climate Pact

546 organizations, academics, businesses, health professionals, lawmakers and community leaders from the Northeast, including over 125 from Massachusetts, called on Governor Baker and other Northeast and Mid-Atlantic governors to strengthen the nation’s best regional cap-and-trade program, the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI). 

News Release | Environment Massachusetts Research & Policy Center

Proposed global warming rules must go further

Today, the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) will hold public hearings in Boston and Lakeville on recently proposed regulations under the Global Warming Solutions Act.

News Release | Environment Massachusetts

Environment Massachusetts and student activists highlight attacks on solar power, urge officials to commit to 100% renewable energy

BOSTON, MA – With solar power on the rise around the country, a national network of fossil fuel and utility-backed organizations have joined forces to put the brakes on this fast growing pollution-free energy resource.  Trade groups and think tanks backed by deep pocketed anti-clean energy ideologues and fossil interests are bankrolling campaigns, promoting model legislation and media campaigns to provide cover for anti-solar campaigns across the country, said a new report released today by Environment Massachusetts Research & Policy Center. 

News Release | Environment Massachusetts Research & Policy Center

Experts say 100 percent renewable energy within reach for Massachusetts

Massachusetts and the nation can move quickly to supply 100 percent of our energy from clean, renewable resources like solar and wind, according to a panel of researchers and experts who spoke at Old South Church tonight to an audience of over 200 people.

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