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TECHNOLOGY IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST
Sign the climate bill, governor
Charlie Baker could pocket-veto an urgent, pathbreaking climate bill passed by the Legislature. He shouldn’t.
IDEAS | MARK ANDERSON
Preserving not just the most beautiful landscapes, but the most resilient
A new approach to conservation prioritizes land that can withstand climate change.
On the 50th anniversary of the EPA, hope, inspiration, and a path forward for America
Americans will come together across a bitter divide to unite with singular purpose and resolve to protect our nation, the health of our people, and the sustainability of our environment.
Climate initiatives won’t go far without placing a cost on carbon
"As long as our free market does not impose any costs for the external negative effects of burning fossil fuels, all of these ideas will be thwarted."
IDEAS | LEAH C. STOKES
Sowing seeds of climate action in the garden
The deeper into gardening you get, the more you see that you are really growing soil — which is a crucial carbon reservoir.
Jean Flemma, Miriam Goldstein, and Ayana Elizabeth Johnson
The ocean’s heroic potential could be realized under Biden
Together, Congress and the new administration can simultaneously jump-start ocean protection and economic recovery.
Out of the way, little people — big energy project coming through
A Globe report on a Weymouth community's frustrating battle against an energy giant stirred voices of outrage, concern, and resolve from readers.
IDEAS | JAS SMITH
How the forests in New England are connected to forests everywhere
‘I’m trying to impart … a glimpse into the magic.’
If we have to drive, let’s at least go electric
If it's true that more people will be commuting in their cars once the pandemic subsides, then they should be doing it in electric vehicles.
Jonathan Jennings and Kinari Webb
The best climate change solutions benefit humanity and nature
We trusted the people of Borneo’s wisdom, and they quite naturally designed an approach that linked their health, household economy, occupation, and rainforest.