The summit included leaders from more than 50 U.S. and Chinese cities focused on creating strategies that put cities at the forefront of efforts to curb climate change.
The Board of Directors of the University of Massachusetts Foundation has announced that it will sell off its fossil fuel holdings from its endowment, making them the first major public university to do so.
A long-awaited bill was unveiled Monday by House lawmakers. It requires long-term contracts with hydropower and offshore wind projects.
Chimpanzees have a sense of fairness, apes plan for the future, even crows can recognize human faces and hold grudges and octopuses might like to play.
Edward O. Wilson is professor emeritus at Harvard and one of the living giants in the natural sciences, but he doesn’t mind being called “the ant guy.”
Two Boston Public School employees are on administrative leave as officials work to figure why some school water fountains were activated before water testing was finished.
Opponents of a proposed natural gas pipeline that would have cut through parts of southern New Hampshire and Massachusetts are celebrating today.
The 69-year-old has been paddling the rivers of Massachusetts for the past month.
What’s going on with the weather, and what will it mean for the local gardeners?
The dig of the home, a designated landmark, will last for two weeks.
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