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Susan Solomon - Climate Change and The Reasons for Climate Gridlock, Wednesday September 30, 5:45 pm

by Allison Friedman // Rate It Green Admin

Susan Solomon - Climate Change and The Reasons for Climate Gridlock Wednesday, September 30, 2015, 5:45-8:45 pm Where: Cuisine En Locale, 156 Highland Ave, Somerville, MA 02143 This talk aims to…

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Massachusetts Green Builders

Keywords: Climate Change,Greenhouse Gases

0 replies | 774 views | Posted on: 09/08/2015 | Last updated: 09/08/2015

EPA Methane Cut - New Regulations, and Resistance

by JackSawyer // Student

The EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) has recently finalized a new methane rule that will see heavy regulations implemented into the gas and oil sectors. Methane emissions, a greenhouse gas that t…

TiE Boston Deep Dive: Carbon Capture Use & Storage, Monday December 5, 6-9 pm, Cambridge

by Allison Friedman // Rate It Green Admin

TiE Boston Deep Dive: Carbon Capture Use & Storage Monday, December 05, 2016 - 6 - 9 pm MIT 35 Ames St Building 66, Room 110 Cambridge , MA 02142 See map: Google Maps Learn about the curre…

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Massachusetts Green Builders

Keywords: Climate Change,Carbon,Greenhouse Gases,TiE Boston

0 replies | 321 views | Posted on: 12/01/2016 | Last updated: 12/01/2016

Cool, Clean, and Warm: Workshop on Clean Heating Solutions and Incentives, August 9 in Boston

by AbbieKnight

Did you know that in Massachusetts, more greenhouse gas emissions come from heating than from power generation? Most heating is fueled by natural gas, fuel oil, or inefficient electric resistance. For…

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Massachusetts Green Builders

Keywords: Greenhouse Gases

0 replies | 433 views | Posted on: 07/31/2017 | Last updated: 07/31/2017

Webinar: USGBC Georgia: The Green Awakening and Your Building's CO2 Footprint, July 9, 10am EDT

by samanthaklein // Intern

New regulations or programs may be coming that will require compilation of greenhouse gas emissions. In addition, there is growing potential for policies to come that involve carbon emissions trading