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News Release | Environment Massachusetts

Massachusetts Charging Ahead toward Electric Cars & Trucks

Today, Massachusetts joined 7 other states to unveil an action plan to put more than 3 million electric cars on the road within a dozen years. Travis Madsen, Environment Massachusetts' Global Warming Solutions Program Manager made a state explaining the plan and it's effects.

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Massachusetts Adopts New Rule to Quadruple Solar by 2020

Massachusetts state energy officials announced today a four-fold expansion of one of the Commonwealth’s most effective solar programs.

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New Report: Boston Ranks 3rd Among Major Northeast Cities for Installed Solar

Environment Massachusetts released Shining Cities: At the Forefront of America’s Solar Energy Revolution, a new report ranking Boston 3rd among major cities in the northeastern United States for total installed solar energy capacity. The report also highlights New Bedford as a solar leader among smaller cities.

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As Legislature Weighs Fracking Moratorium, Environment Massachusetts Releases Stories from the Front Lines of Fracking

As the Legislature debates a bill that would create a ten-year moratorium on fracking, elected officials and local activists gathered with Environment Massachusetts to release “Shalefield Stories,” a collection of narratives from people whose health and livelihoods have been affected by fracking across the country.

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Environment Massachusetts hails EPA action as biggest step for clean water in a decade

Coming off the biggest step forward for clean water in more than a decade, Environment Massachusetts stood with local organizations and officials to celebrate the Environmental Protection Agency’s proposal to restore Clean Water Act protections to waterways across Massachusetts and the rest of the country. The EPA’s proposed rule, announced Tuesday, would close loopholes from polluter-led litigation that leave 52% of Massachusetts’ streams at risk of unchecked pollution. 

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