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He will lead the existing Environment, Energy and Open Space Cabinet as Chief Climate Officer

This is a tangible step towards achieving the City of Boston’s pledge to run on fully renewable energy by 2030.

The City of Boston has increased the default renewable energy content by an additional 15% beyond state requirements to support the transition to a regional clean energy grid

The City will launch the first coastal resilience project that will span multiple private properties to protect the East Boston community from current and future flooding

This funding provides direct support to the City of Boston to implement strategies included in the recently completed Climate Ready Boston reports

We're launching a new air quality widget to make air quality information more accessible.

The Tree Alliance will increase Boston’s urban tree canopy while advancing a long-term investment in heat and climate resilience.

These measures expand upon the Wu administration’s commitment to a just energy transition and a Green New Deal for Boston.

A federal partnership between the City of Boston and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will assess coastal storm management.

The City of Boston has resources for residents and small businesses to save money on their bills and make your home more energy efficient

Internal design standards will embed environmental benefits into certain future City of Boston public infrastructure.

Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University to donate 10 dawn redwood trees to City to be planted across the City.

We're hiring employees at all levels across the Mayor's Cabinet of Environment, Energy, and Open Space.

Home Rule Petition will expand upon Mayor Wu’s commitment to make Boston a Green New Deal city.

With the completion of “Coastal Resilience Solutions for East Boston and Charlestown (Phase II),” the City has developed resilience plans for all 47-miles of Boston’s coastline.

Oliver Sellers-Garcia comes to this role with extensive experience in urban and climate change planning.

Mayor Michelle Wu today announced the appointment of Kate England as the City’s inaugural Director of Green Infrastructure.

Solarize Eastie will reduce costs for solar panel installation and the Community First Partnership will expand energy efficiency opportunities for environmental justice communities.

The City to launch an Extreme Temperatures Response Task Force and expand cooling strategies including a new Cool Roof Grant Program, pop-up cooling support for 30 community organizations, and a...

Federal funds will support the remediation of a historically neglected and polluted natural space.

Davo Jefferson will enhance workforce development for young adults and returning citizens in fields that address environmental challenges.

This grant will support a community-based initiative to raise awareness about air pollution and improve air quality at community hub.

These grants will support workforce development and career training in fields that promote environmental and transportation innovation.

As general electricity prices rise, Community Choice Electricity offers affordable and renewable energy to Boston’s residents and businesses.

The new energy efficient school building is currently under construction in Fenway.

The partnership will expand workforce development for young adults and returning citizens in fields that address environmental challenges.

The program has awarded two grants totaling $96,134.

The ordinance builds on the Janey Administration's commitment to protect Boston against the impacts of climate change by setting carbon targets for existing large buildings.

The City encourages proposals from residents, nonprofits, and businesses to reduce air pollution and carbon emissions.

Dr. Brizius has extensive background in supporting the City of Boston in mitigating and adapting to the negative effects of climate change.

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