Category Archives: Climate Justice

Last month, the Massachusetts legislature passed the  Climate and Clean Energy Bill — a significant step forward in our state’s goals to address the climate crisis. This bill will: Decarbonize transportation Expand offshore wind Protect rate-payers Adjust renewables incentives Now, the … Read More

Last week, the legislature took a significant step forward on the road to a net-zero future by passing the 2022 Climate and Clean Energy Bill. This bill’s key components move us closer to achieving the Commonwealth’s net-zero by 2050 mandate … Read More

Just days ago, state lawmakers passed a climate bill with overwhelming bipartisan support that will help transition Massachusetts to renewable energy. All that stands between the Commonwealth and climate action is Governor Baker’s signature. Tell Governor Baker: Sign the climate … Read More

On May 25 at 6pm, 350 Mass will host the Massachusetts Attorney General Climate Debate online, with candidates Andrea Campbell, Quentin Palfrey, and Shannon Liss-Riordan. Come and learn about their thoughts on climate and how it may impact their decisions … Read More

Green Newton Earth Day Festival 2022

Thank you to all who attended Newton’s Earth Day Festival this past Sunday, April 24! We hope you enjoyed all the activities and information shared to help you take climate action ‘4 Our Future.’ So many of you started a … Read More

Mature trees sequester substantial amounts of carbon, something that saplings cannot accomplish for decades. So every loss of a mature tree contributes to the climate crisis. Moreover, the loss of even a single tree impacts air quality, heat levels, and … Read More

In this webinar on Thursday, March 10 at 5pm, Dr. Jessica Hernandez, an Indigenous environmental scientist, explains why Western conservation practices are not working and offers alternatives of Indigenous models that center the voices of Latin American women and land … Read More

This week is Black Climate Week, part of Black History Month / #BlackFuturesMonth, and Alternatives for Community and Environment (ACE) would like to share some facts about Black folks and climate change: African American communities are more vulnerable to severe … Read More