The New York Times: Summer Heat
Why the next few months may be hotter than normal.
Canary Media: This East Coast bus depot will make its own carbon-free fuel
The project, located in Maryland’s most populous county, will use a solar microgrid to produce enough “green” hydrogen for 13 new fuel-cell buses.
Recharge: Biden push to cut US power emissions could open door to more wind and solar
Proposal to cap emissions from fossil fuel-fired generators while allowing operators to deploy a range of technologies faces Congressional and court scrutiny
Massachusetts Climate Chief and Secretary of Energy & Environmental Affairs Join Boston Green Ribbon Commission
As GRC Members, Chief Hoffer and EEA Secretary Tepper will galvanize policy discussions and actions to address the climate challenges shared by the Commonwealth and the City of Boston BOSTON, MA (May 9, 2023) – The Boston Green Ribbon Commission (GRC) today announced that Massachusetts Climate Chief Melissa Hoffer and Secretary Rebecca Tepper, Executive Office
Getting real about climate change & the cultural sector: it’s time to act
In this article by Annie Lundsten from The Experience Alchemists, who co-manages the GRC’s Cultural Institutions Working Group, invites the cultural community to think more deeply and broadly about their role in the fight against climate change.