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On Wednesday, June 8 at 6:30pm, join WBUR environmental correspondent Barbara Moran for a conversation exploring the importance of local food and understanding where your dinner comes from with Tamar Haspel, Washington Post columnist and author of “To Boldly Grow: … 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

This exciting series on biodiverse homes and gardens continues this month. On Wednesday, May 18 at 7pm, Elise Bernstein will walk you through the steps to increase biodiversity on your property and practices you can use as cold weather approaches. There … Read More

It’s important that we acknowledge and move beyond entrenched myths about what truly sustainable construction is and isn’t. It’s also important that we call out newer myths that are hampering efforts to decarbonize the building sector—efforts that we must accelerate … Read More