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Wu, Markey celebrate climate change victory
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Wu, Markey celebrate climate change victory
U.S. Sen. Ed Markey and Boston Mayor Michelle Wu jointly praised the United States Senate’s approval of a bill that will boost efforts to combat global warming and cut back demand for fossil fuels through an unprecedented $350 billion in clean energy tax credits, among other measures.
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Big Papi climate change mural installed at Fenway Park
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Arts & Culture
Big Papi climate change mural installed at Fenway Park
Big Papi has loomed large at Fenway Park for decades, but now his image physically marks the historic ballpark in a new mural created by local artist Silvia López Chavez.
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Climate change takes center stage in ‘Ocean Filibuster’ at A.R.T.
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Arts & Culture
Climate change takes center stage in ‘Ocean Filibuster’ at A.R.T.
The global climate crisis takes center stage in “Ocean Filibuster,” running at the American Repertory Theater at Harvard University through March 13. Audiences are immersed in a Senate chamber of a global governing body where two parties, Mr. Majority and the Ocean, argue their cases.
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Opinion
Pass the HERO Act
In Massachusetts, the crises of climate change and affordable housing continue to substantially worsen.
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Janey requests state withdraw harbor plan
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Local News
Janey requests state withdraw harbor plan
Acknowledging the recent tornado warnings and a close call with a hurricane that affected Massachusetts in recent weeks, acting Mayor Kim Janey announced Aug. 26 that she is asking the state to withdraw the Downtown Waterfront District Municipal Harbor Plan that had been submitted by the Boston Planning and Development Agency (BPDA).
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Codman Sq. NDC trains locals for green jobs
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Local News
Codman Sq. NDC trains locals for green jobs
In late October and early November, eight residents, aged 20 to 60 – some of whom participated in the on-site planting – took a virtual 35-hour training course, taught by Queeley and his colleague Danilo Morales over three weekends, in preparation for the National Green Infrastructure Certification Program’s exam.
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Opinion
Building climate resiliency
Over the next few decades, Boston will increasingly see the impacts of the climate crisis. People living in Roxbury will deal with excessive heat. And residents of East Boston will face massive amounts of flooding, which will endanger lives as well as livelihoods.
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HarborArts waterfront murals speak to climate change
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Arts & Culture
HarborArts waterfront murals speak to climate change
Six new murals have sprouted on the East Boston waterfront at the HarborArts outdoor gallery. Presented by Linda Cabot in collaboration with PangeaSeed Foundation and its Sea Walls: Artists for Oceans public art initiative, the murals all address different components of climate change and environmental activism.
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Students demonstrate against climate change
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Local News
Students demonstrate against climate change
Hundreds of students, as young as elementary school and all the way through to college, turned out Friday on the steps of the State House to tell legislators that they want to see action to combat climate change.
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