Third annual assessment of energy employment at federal, state, and county levels finds over 6.5 million workers, with half of 133,000 new jobs focused on energy efficiency.
Five key takeaways from analysis predicting heavy losses for those with stake in waterfront real estate across the United States.
As mayors gather in Boston for an international summit on climate, Barr’s Mary Skelton Roberts makes the case for keeping mobility high on the agenda.
As Program Officer, Barnett will focus on grantmaking for Climate Resilience.
New report details sustained economic and environmental gains enjoyed by states participating in regional carbon cap-and-trade market.
Second in a blog series on climate resilience and health care.
Climate-smart health care protects lives, communities, hospitals, and citizens' wallets.
Analysis shows that some communities are not benefitting equally from the state’s top-ranked energy efficiency programs.
Darlene Lombos, the Executive Director of Community Labor United and Class of 2017 Barr Fellow, makes the case for Community Choice Energy as a tool for empowering communities and meeting climate goals.
New study quantifies the significant economic and quality-of-life benefits Greater Boston and Massachusetts enjoy thanks to investments in transportation.