Mariella Puerto is a co-director for Climate, managing Barr’s grantmaking and other initiatives that catalyze the transition to a clean-energy economy. This includes promoting policies and practices that accelerate the adoption of energy efficiency and renewable power sources in the New England region and connecting to similar efforts nationally.
New poll shows majorities across demographic groups now see climate change as a serious problem if left unaddressed.
New report features myriad ways states and cities are putting equity in the center of their climate and energy policies.
New scorecard celebrates U.S. cities leading on clean energy. Yet, even leaders must do more to access the full economic opportunities and to address our climate emergency.
New report details sustained economic and environmental gains enjoyed by states participating in regional carbon cap-and-trade market.
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.
Ambitious new goals set for next phase of highly successful, market-based effort to reduce emissions and spur clean energy.
New report and video explore rapidly evolving clean energy opportunities and challenges facing the region.
How Boston’s Green Ribbon Commission is helping the city meet ambitious goals to fight climate change.