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Healey-Driscoll Administration Names Alison Brizius New Coastal Zone Management Director

Brizius will oversee state’s coastal resilience initiative, port regulations, and play an important role in fostering offshore wind in the Gulf of Maine BOSTON — Energy and Environmental Affairs (EEA) Secretary Rebecca Tepper today announced Alison Brizius’s appointment to Assistant Secretary and Director of the Office of Coastal Zone Management (CZM). CZM leads the state’s policy and

Boston Society for Architecture Celebrates 2023 Design Award Winners

BSA recognizes KPMB Architects with the Harleston Parker People’s Choice Award for their work on the BU Center for Computing & Data Sciences, the GRC and HEET with the Commonwealth Award, and Carole Wedge FAIA with the BSA Award of Honor BOSTON, March 8, 2024 /PRNewswire/ — The Boston Society for Architecture (BSA) held its annual awards gala

Mayor Michelle Wu Announces Agreements Between Boston Housing Authority and National Grid to Develop Networked Geothermal Heating at Franklin Field Apartments (City of Boston)

New system will replace existing gas distribution service with an electric heat system, supporting the City’s goal to decarbonize public housing by 2030 Mayor Michelle Wu joined the Boston Housing Authority (BHA) and National Grid to announce that Franklin Field Apartments has been selected for National Grid’s Networked Geothermal Demonstration Program. The project will be

Letters: Push is on to shore up the imperiled Mass. coastline (The Boston Globe)

Letter from Senior Advisor for Resilience Bud Ris highlights how “Boston can protect vulnerable areas cost-effectively.” Sabrina Shankman’s Jan. 19 article on coastal flooding comes at a critical time for Boston and the Commonwealth. Although Boston did not suffer significant impact from the recent storms, the Harborwalk flooding should serve as a wake-up call for policy makers. The City