Category Archives: Energy

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

Gas stoves can make the air in your kitchen more polluted than recommended outdoor clean air quality standards. Burning gas releases nitrogen dioxide, small particulate matter, and carbon monoxide–all components of air pollution. Cooking on a gas stove increases kids’ … Read More

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) is the governing body that has authority over ISO-NE, our regional energy grid operator. FERC currently has TWO open proceedings that will have huge implications on our energy system for years to come: ISO-NE … Read More

Join the Environmental League of Massachusetts and WBUR on Wednesday, April 27 from 6-7:15pm at the WBUR CitySpace (890 Commonwealth Ave., Boston) and online for a forum with the candidates for governor moderated by Radio Boston host Tiziana Dearing. The … Read More