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Kamala Harris will attend the COP28 climate summit in Dubai

Vice President Kamala Harris is set to join Secretary of State Antony Blinken and other high-ranking American officials at the two-week event that begins Thursday.

As Dubai prepares for COP28, some world leaders signal they won’t attend climate talks

Dubai prepared to host the COP28 climate talks Tuesday as world leaders, including US President Biden, signaled they would not be attending the negotiations that come during the ongoing Israel-Hamas war roiling the wider Middle East.

Governor Healey unveils plan to protect Mass. coastline from climate change

Governor Maura Healey laid out a new regional approach to collaborate with 78 coastal communities to protect the state's shoreline from the impacts of climate change.

Two Massachusetts schools are ditching oil for geothermal heat pumps

Thanks to incentives from Washington, D.C., two Massachusetts public schools are turning away from fossil fuels and toward clean energy for heating and cooling.

To save the climate, the oil and gas sector must slash planet-warming operations, report says

The energy sector is responsible for over two-thirds of all human activity-related greenhouse gas emissions, and oil and gas is responsible for about half of those, according to the International Energy Agency.

Are offshore wind developments a threat to Cape Cod? Here’s what experts say.

Cape Codders raised concerns about a planned offshore wind development. Experts and data indicate the development will be safe, emitting a lower-frequency electromagnetic field than hair dryers and posing minimal threats to residents and wildlife.

UN report says world is racing to well past warming limit as carbon emissions rise instead of plunge

The globe is speeding to 2.5 to 2.9 degrees Celsius of global warming since pre-industrial times, set to blow well past the agreed-upon international climate threshold, a United Nations report calculated.

Should utilities pay the upfront cost of clean energy? A municipal utility in Ipswich is making the investment.

As part of a pilot program, the Ipswich Electric Light Department is covering the cost of clean energy upgrades, allowing residents to pay back the principal using the savings from their energy bills.