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The Renew Boston Trust will start work on Boston Police Headquarters Solar PV Canopy, helping make...

New municipal building construction will have to be low-energy and fossil fuel-free, while meeting...

At the end of September, the City hosted our first open house to discuss the design of coastal...

On Saturday, September 28, Greenovate hosted our fourth Urban Wild cleanup of the year at the...

Boston's updated Climate Action Plan unveils strategies for accelerating action to reduce carbon...

Boston retained its first-place ranking for energy efficiency, according to the ACEEE's 2019 City...

The City has already begun implementing our Zero Waste strategy, but we can’t do it without you.

City of Boston is expanding residential yard waste options, setting up a pilot to help residents...

Greenovate Boston is Mayor Walsh’s initiative to empower Boston residents to take action on climate...

The City of Boston is developing roadmaps to reduce carbon pollution in buildings and transportation...

Challenge awards winning cities with resources and technical support to help achieve their ambitious...

"Resilient Boston Harbor" lays out strategies along Boston's 47-mile shoreline that will increase...

It’s time to update our Climate Action Plan — Boston’s blueprint for reaching its goals to reduce...

The move demonstrates the City's commitment to making renewable energy more accessible to Boston...

City of Boston leads Request for Information of large-scale renewable energy projects to meet the...

After meeting with key experts, the Carbon Free Boston research team has started to model how...

The summit will focus on best practices and steps city leaders can take to address climate change...

What we heard about how to implement a municipal electricity aggregation program in the City of...

The City’s Environment Department is requesting information regarding the establishment of a...

Packaging is a challenging aspect of Boston’s move towards zero waste. Find out more about how you...

Greenhouse gas emissions inventory data for 2005-2015 has been made available to the public as part...

The circular economy is part of Boston’s move towards zero waste. Find out more about it and how you...

Buy Nothing groups across Boston model reuse and generosity, building relationships while they...

No matter where you live in Boston, the City provides many great ways for you to add composting to...

The City of Boston is now analyzing policies and technologies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and...

Greeenovate Boston sat down with a Roslindale resident to learn about the benefits of backyard...

A new report, "Coastal Resilience Solutions For East Boston and Charlestown," outlines near- and...

A new report highlights the significant progress being made in Boston under Mayor Walsh's leadership...

Learn about the City’s zero waste goal and what it means for you.

Add your perspective to the City’s community survey to help us plan for a more resilient South...