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(Courtesy Massachusetts Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs)
(Courtesy Massachusetts Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs)

This is the Radio Boston rundown for June 30. Carrie Jung is our host.

  • As of right now, 75% of Massachusetts is in a "Level 2-Significant Drought." But what does that mean? How common is it to be in a drought this time of year? What can you do about it? And how should we be thinking about climate change in all of this? We break it all down with our expert guests.
  • Across Massachusetts, approximately 50 cities and towns currently offer some form of municipal internet. The idea behind the push is that by getting internet through your city or town, it could help increase access and lower cost. But is that actually happening? And should we expect more cities and towns across the state to adopt this approach?
  • Hiawatha Bray, technology writer for the Boston Globe, joins us for our biweekly segment discussing the latest innovations in technology and what they mean for you.

This program aired on June 30, 2022.

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