Jul 22, 2024

Boston Cyclists Deserve Better

Biking and the infrastructure to support it should be an integral part of Boston’s climate and transit vision. They should go hand in hand with reducing carbon pollution and increasing transit equity.

A woman bikes in a bike lane in Boston
Jul 19, 2024

Guest Blog: Mardi Fuller’s Top Picks for Swimming in New England

Climate change is making New England’s summers hotter and heat waves longer. But finding a swimming hole to cool off isn’t easy for everyone. We asked Mardi Fuller about accessible and equitable access to swimming spots and about her top picks for beaches and lakes across the region. Mardi advocates for racial equity through writing,… Continue reading Guest Blog: Mardi Fuller’s Top Picks for Swimming in New England

Three women walk together along a beach
Jul 17, 2024

A Missed Opportunity for Climate Resiliency

We won’t accept polluted water, dangerous heat, and unpredictable energy costs as foregone conclusions in our communities—and our banks shouldn’t either. Instead, banks should work to enrich our communities with long-term, sustainable solutions that will improve residents’ health and welfare.

clipboard with the words Community Reinvestment Act
Jul 10, 2024

Robert King on the Power of Water

Robert King has nursed neglected dams back to health for more than 30 years. He says his story shows how regular people concerned about climate change can make a difference.

Robert King stands atop a dam
Jul 03, 2024

Railing Against the Wind

Local anti-wind citizens’ groups are using pro-environment rhetoric to turn public opinion against offshore wind, a tactic borrowed from fossil fuel companies.