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News Release | Environment Massachusetts

Report: Colleges and Universities Can Lead America’s Shift to 100 Percent Renewable Energy

America’s colleges and universities are positioned to lead the transition to 100 percent renewable energy, according to a report released today by Environment Massachusetts  Research & Policy Center.

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Report | Environment Massachusetts Research and Policy Center

Renewable Energy 100: The Course to a Carbon-Free Campus

America’s institutions of higher education can play a crucial role in the fight to prevent the worst impacts of global warming. Colleges and universities across the country should aggressively deploy clean energy on campus, setting a goal of getting 100 percent of their energy from clean renewable sources.

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News Release | Environment America

546 Leaders Call for Stronger Northeast Climate Pact

546 organizations, academics, businesses, health professionals, lawmakers and community leaders from the Northeast, including over 125 from Massachusetts, called on Governor Baker and other Northeast and Mid-Atlantic governors to strengthen the nation’s best regional cap-and-trade program, the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI). 

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News Release | Environment America

546 Leaders Call for Stronger Northeast Climate Pact

546 organizations, academics, businesses, health professionals, lawmakers and community leaders from the Northeast, including over 125 from Massachusetts, called on Governor Baker and other Northeast and Mid-Atlantic governors to strengthen the nation’s best regional cap-and-trade program, the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI). 

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Report | Environment Massachusetts Research & Policy Center and MASSPIRG Education Fund

Get the Lead Out

Over the past two years, the tragedy of Flint, Michigan has stunned the nation.  We watched the drinking water of an entire city become contaminated with lead.  And now we know this toxic threat extends well beyond Flint to communities across the country. The health threat of lead in schools’ water deserves immediate attention from state and local policymakers.

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