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Putting solar panels on new homes could double Mass. solar capacity

If builders start putting solar panels on all new homes, Massachusetts could double its solar energy capacity by 2045, according to a new report released today.

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Strong support for climate legislation bodes well for 2019-2020 session

Yesterday, Senator Marc Pacheco (Taunton) and Representative Ruth Balser (Newton) released a letter signed by more than 80 legislators supporting strong climate legislation in 2019.

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New report touts 12 ways governors can lead on climate

With Governor Charlie Baker’s second term underway, Environment Massachusetts Research & Policy Center released a new report, Climate Solutions from Day One: 12 Ways Governors Can Lead on Climate Now, describing actions governors can take to reduce global warming pollution and ensure a more stable climate.

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New EPA plan would drastically roll back clean water protections

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) unveiled its plan to roll back Clean Water Act protections from thousands of miles of streams and wetlands in Massachusetts and across the country today.

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Millennial leaders gather to plan for 100% renewable future

Dozens of the state’s top leaders from the millennial generation came together today to discuss how to transition Massachusetts to a 100 percent renewable energy supply for electricity, heating, and transportation.

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