We should question using pesticides that may compromise the human respiratory system during the pandemic, writes Kyla Bennett. In the long term, we should shift to prevention.
We make personal sacrifices to reduce our own carbon footprints. We demand that our elected officials take action. Wall Street shouldn’t get a free pass, writes Frederick Hewett.
If we don’t commit more state resources to teaching people how to recycle properly, writes Miles Howard, we’re going to pay for that negligence with our wallets and our health.
A new report argues our warming climate threatens nearly half the bird species in Massachusetts, writes Frederick Hewett. Here’s why it matters.
We can’t expect environmental leadership, writes Nathaniel Stinnett, when so few voters demand it.
Meeting Donald Trump halfway on fracking would be a partial win for the environment, writes Rich Barlow.
Could framing global warming as an economic issue prove to be a useful starting point for a conversation between Trump and climate hawks?
In these times, writes Frederick Hewett, social justice groups need to seek out linkages between their respective missions...even if it means other causes may momentarily overshadow their own.
In light of all the efforts the state has recently made to limit greenhouse gases, writes Frederick Hewett, anything that might move us in the wrong direction deserves a closer...
New problems call for new ideas, writes Frederick Hewett, and new taxes make sense when they replace those that no longer work.
It’s time to make well-informed reproductive choice a central part of our climate change agenda, writes Philip Warburg.
The state's new energy bill recognizes the importance of energy efficiency, writes Frederick Hewitt, but it asks us neither to rethink our habits as consumers nor to shrink our personal...
Before ejecting drivers from our vehicles, Philip Warburg writes, we should pause and take a serious look at what would be gained and lost if we do.
He’ll soon realize that he can’t afford to maintain his “it’s just the weather” stance.
As presidential candidates drag issues of climate change into the political arena, Clinton and Trump both evoke the 1816 climate drama 'Frankenstein,' but to very different ends.
Maybe the problem is that people on opposing sides aren’t having the right conversations.
The Senior Pass, for those 62 and older, costs a one-time $10 fee and offers access to 400 national parks and monuments.
The students at UMass remind us that sustaining our democracy requires active participation.
Did the oil giant lie to shareholders about business risks stemming from climate change? And how far did the corporation's efforts to sway scientific opinion go?
What if you could bypass flying and rail and instead use a ground-based form of transit that’s not only faster and cleaner, but cheaper?