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Xổ số may mắn hàng tuầnWe are carrying out Mayor Walsh’s vision for environmental protection. We maintain Boston's wealth of historic sites, buildings, landscapes, and waterways.

Our team also takes action on climate change. Boston is committed to reducing the carbon pollution that contributes to climate change and preparing for its impacts. We want to build a more sustainable, resilient, and healthier city now and for future generations of Bostonians.


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2019 Climate Action Plan

We've detailed 18 strategies to increase carbon reduction from buildings and transportation over the next five years.

Read the plan

How-to guides

The City of Boston is developing roadmaps to reduce carbon pollution in buildings and transportation, and updating its Climate Action Plan in line with the Paris Agreement.
City archaeologists taped an iPhone and five LED flashlights to a paint roller attached to a rope, and lowered the rig into the hole to record video.

City officials provide update on potential sinkhole in Dorchester park

Parks and Recreation

City of Boston announces community choice electricity rates, discount for low-income residents

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Apply to help Charlestown and East Boston plan for coastal resilience


Boston recognized for leadership and transparency on climate action

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Meet the chief and commissioner