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Boston Proves It’s A Sustainable City

Matt Ball on September 24, 2012 - in Uncategorized

Boston published its first Climate Action Plan in 2007. The Action Plan, titled “Climate: Change,”outlined Boston’s current standings in sustainability by measures like CO2 emissions, green buildings, and renewable energy resources. The document also outlined the city’s goals, which include curbing greenhouse gas emissions, founding environmental education programs, and incorporating climate awareness into all city planning. This document was the start of Boston’s major efforts towards becoming sustainable, and since then Boston has grown to be consistently ranked among the top sustainable cities in the country.

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