In Boston’s booming Seaport, the namesake is also the threat

Philip Marcelo, Associated Press

The Boston Planning and Development Agency also revamped in October the “climate-ready checklist” developers have been required to submit since 2007 detailing strategies they’re incorporating into their designs to mitigate climate change impacts.

But despite the changes, there’s still no requirement for developers to follow through, complained Bradley Campbell, president of the Conservation Law Foundation, an environmental advocacy group.

“It’s a largely procedural requirement,” he said.

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