The Boston City Council on Oct. 18 unanimously passed a resolution calling for a community process before PIC effects any binding decision about the proposed Back Bay/South End pipeline; the next day, PIC postponed their vote on permitting for two weeks.
Spearheaded by BCEC, seven Boston environmental groups requested responses from mayoral and City Council candidates on initiatives currently facing Boston in order to gauge their level of support. Read the results.
(Posted August 2, 2017)
On August 1, more than 50 people—including elected officials and faith leaders—gathered in front of the Boston Public Library to speak and then march against the plans to build additional gas pipelines in downtown Boston.
(Posted July 23, 2017)
In Surge of Development, We Must Keep Our Climate Goals in Mind
“While we appreciate the Globe’s running an article on the energy efficiency, or lack thereof, inherent in the current use of glass envelopes for high-rise buildings in Boston (“It’s all too clear,” Ideas, July 16), the article dances around the true issue . . .”