Neighborhoods in Mass. could get more shade from trees under new climate bill

Tree canopies shading Massachusetts cities and towns could grow dramatically due to a new climate bill.

Alison Kuznitz - 05-05-2023


There’s a push to educate students year-round on climate change

There’s a push on Beacon Hill to get MA public school students to think about climate change on a regular basis.

Shiri Spear, Boston 25 News and Bob Dumas - 04-28-2023


New Massachusetts climate change program to help municipalities

Climate resiliency is the focus of a new program in Massachusetts.

Brent Addleman - 04-28-2023


New Edgartown Farmers' Market to Start this Summer

The market will run on Tuesdays from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. from the end of June through September.

Brooke Kushwaha - 04-28-2023


Earth Festival Celebrates Island Conservation Groups

The Martha’s Vineyard Museum was alive with activity Saturday afternoon as it hosted its first Earth Day Festival

Louisa Hufstader - 04-28-2023


A neighborhood-by-neighborhood look at environmental justice in Boston

RADIO: A new report finds people of color are most impacted by the effects of climate change in the city.

Rob Lane & Tiziana Dearing - 04-11-2023


Boston Moves to Implement Climate-Friendly Building Code

Boston is set to implement a new state climate-friendly building code to reduce the use of fossil fuels.

Kathryn Carley - 04-11-2023


Greening roofs to boost climate resilience

Roofscapes, a startup founded by three MIT students, is planning to build green spaces on pitched roofs in Paris.

Zach Winn - 04-06-2023


Massive study examines offshore wind’s impact on fishing, fisheries

A new federal study explores the impacts of offshore wind on fisheries and commercial fishermen.

Anastasia E. Lennon - 04-06-2023