We're canvassing for a 100% clean future

By | Ben Hellerstein
State Director

One door at a time, our staff are building a grassroots movement to power Massachusetts entirely with renewable energy.

News Release | Environment Massachusetts

To win a 100% clean energy commitment, activists hit the streets

Environment Massachusetts announced the launch of a door-to-door campaign for 100 percent clean energy today.

100 for 100%

By | Ben Hellerstein
State Director

We're asking 100 people in each community to tell us why they support 100% renewable energy. Here's how you can get involved.

Massachusetts has our nation’s greatest offshore wind potential — it's time we tap into it. 

News Release | Environment Massachusetts

Campaign calls for 100 percent clean electricity, heating, and transportation for Massachusetts

Environmental advocates, business leaders, and lawmakers launched a campaign today to power Massachusetts with 100 percent clean energy.

For decades, Massachusetts has helped lead the nation in renewable energy. Now, it’s time to set our sights even higher. On Tuesday, we’re officially launching our campaign to pass the 100% Clean Act for 100 percent clean electricity, heating, and transportation.

News Release | Environment Massachusetts

50+ organizations ask legislators to support the 100% Clean Act

More than 50 organizations sent a letter today asking legislators to support 100 percent clean energy for Massachusetts.

Climate bill becomes law in Massachusetts

By | Mary Katherine Moore
Content Creator

Last January, there was only one thing standing between Bay Staters and legislation that would promise a cleaner, greener Massachusetts: the governor’s signature. 

News Release | Environment Massachusetts

New report: Electrifying buildings would bring major benefits for climate and public health

Massachusetts ranks eighth in the nation in the potential reduction of greenhouse gas emissions that can be realized by electrifying its buildings, according to a new report released today by Environment Massachusetts Research & Policy Center, MASSPIRG Education Fund, and Frontier Group.