Somerville’s path to realizing carbon neutrality requires the concerted effort of City government and Somerville residents working together.
Environmental organizations and individual activists invited to submit opinion articles for publication
The measure sets the stage for a transformation of the state’s economy.
“It’s just shocking to me for Massachusetts, the state that puts itself forward as this paragon of democracy. Those are just fundamental building blocks of a democratic society.”
Robinson also passionately advocates direct democracy and popular participation in small scale, but he is oddly reserved about capitalism, which underlies climate change and prevents action to abate it.
As lawmakers consider Baker’s amendments to climate bill, the fight for environmental justice continues.
Environmental justice and climate change advocates are pushing for its passage.
We are in the eighth month of COVID-19, but we have seen environmental racism harm our most vulnerable communities for years.
[T]here was no mention of global warming or climate change anywhere in the article. An unconscionable omission by the Globe at the start of a new geological age experts are now calling the Anthropocene... whether it was the fault of the reporters or their editors.
The “Living With Heat Report” explains that Somerville is especially vulnerable to urban heat island impacts because of our excessive pavement and lack of tree canopy and open spaces.