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.
A conversation with Erika Spanger-Siegfried on findings from a landmark report on flood risks and adaptation strategies for coastal communities and the opportunities for climate resilience in Boston and beyond.
Last month's Nor'easter was an urgent reminder of the work still left to be done to prepare Boston for climate change.
Five lessons from a partnership between the Barr Foundation and Community Labor United.
Climate Program Co-Directors Mariella Puerto and Mary Skelton Roberts outline the rationale, priorities, and early steps of the Foundation’s newly-expanded focus on resilience.
Mia Mansfield, program manager for the City of Boston’s Climate Ready Boston initiative, talks about the findings, next steps, and key lessons from Boston’s most recent climate resilience report.
Reflections on the urgency, and possibility of dramatic change in Massachusetts’ transportation system in 2018 and beyond.