Massachusetts sees more competition to bulk up offshore wind infrastructure

A lighthouse on Martha's Vineyard.

The state got an early jump on offshore wind development, but recent onshore infrastructure investments in New York, New Jersey and Virginia threaten to cut into the state’s claim as the leading hub for the industry.

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Commentary: Rhode Island needs to go beyond Act On Climate legislation

The Rhode Island Capitol Building in Providence.

The Transportation and Climate Initiative is a key opportunity for Rhode Island and the Northeast to improve air quality and invest in cleaner, safer transportation options for our children, writes guest commentator Mac Dressman.

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Meet the Indian climate experts desperately trying to save lives from Covid-19

Climate researchers and journalists are working to connect Covid sufferers with oxygen supplies and hospital beds as India’s health crisis deepens

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