This report from the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) provides a comprehensive analysis of the clean energy workforce needed to meet the state’s 2030 greenhouse gas reduction targets, seen through regional, occupational, and equity lenses. Access Report Page: Massachusetts Clean Energy Workforce Needs Assessment | MassCEC
The Wharf District Council Climate Resiliency Task Force (CRTF) brings together the private and public sectors to create a conceptual Wharf District-scale protection and resiliency plan. Building off the Climate Ready Boston for Downtown, CRTF is charged with producing a workable vision for a district-wide barrier that is a baseline for planning and for property
A Better City released an extreme heat primer and supporting case studies that explain the threats extreme heat poses to Greater Boston as well as opportunities to advance community heat resilience. These reports showcase some of the ways in which A Better City members and partners are meeting the moment with innovative strategies and best
In the second supplemental report, authors highlight why energy planning must be rapidly modernized to meet the increasingly local needs of the energy transition and the communities that host energy infrastructure.
Recently, the Massachusetts Commission on Clean Heat issued their final report to the Baker-Polito Administration, offering strategies and policies to achieve deep emissions reductions from the use of heating fuels in the Commonwealth. The far-reaching recommendations include creation of a Building Decarbonization Clearinghouse to consolidate and integrate building owner incentives and technical assistance; creation of