Boston University News Service
Last year, Massachusetts governor Charlie Baker signed a sweeping climate change bill that promised to fully transition the Massachusetts government to renewable energy by 2050. Just last week, the Baker-Polito administration signed a bill that invests $9.7 million in transportation and environmental infrastructure.
However, WTBU reporter Alaina Mencinger reports that Massachusetts environmental activists say that state and city governments aren’t doing enough to fight climate change.
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