Checking in on two of the major environmental justice fights in the Commonwealth
Campaign contributions surged from the state's gas providers to a key legislator amid climate negotiations. Plus, Eversource enters the Gov. race.
The presidential convoy rolled into Somerset last week, met by protests. Biden refrained from declaring a climate emergency.
An estimated 2,780 people died in Massachusetts from air pollution in 2019. A new report shows the effects town by town.
Employees also spoke of overwork, low pay, and frequent turnover—none of the paid staff from 2014 remain
“Our biggest obstacle is a lack of urgency and political will to do things that are uncomfortable sometimes."
Researchers detail a labor-focused transition to a clean energy economy
City councilor and state Sen. Lydia Edwards on Eversource's planned electrical substation in East Boston, and her proposal to halt its construction
Welcome to the first edition of New England Climate Dispatch, a newsletter about environmental justice, policy, and social movements in the region