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Boston mayor seeks to ban fossil fuels in new buildings

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Boston Mayor Michelle Wu (D) wants to ban the use of fossil fuels in new buildings. Wu unveiled a plan on Tuesday that would allow Boston to take part in a pilot program in Massachusetts. The pilot program is part of a new climate bill signed into law by Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker.
Published 6 months ago · Boston, United States

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Boston seeks to ban fossil fuels in new buildings

BOSTON (AP) — Boston is seeking to ban fossil fuels from new building projects and major renovations, Mayor Michelle Wu announced Tuesday.

6 months ago·United States
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Boston seeks to ban fossil fuels in new buildings

Boston is seeking to ban fossil fuels from new building projects and major renovations, Mayor Michelle Wu announced Tuesday.

6 months ago·New York, United States
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Boston mayor seeks to ban fossil fuels in new buildings

Boston Mayor Michelle Wu (D) wants to ban the use of fossil fuels in new buildings. Wu unveiled a plan on Tuesday that would allow Boston to take part in a pilot program in Massachusetts in which c…

6 months ago·Washington, United States
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Boston seeks to ban fossil fuels in new construction, renovations

City officials said fossil fuel combustion in buildings accounts for more than a third of Boston's emissions.

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Boston seeks to ban fossil fuels in new buildings

Boston is seeking to ban fossil fuels from new building projects and major renovations, Mayor Michelle Wu announced Tuesday. The Democrat said the state’s largest city will take advantage of a key provision in the climate change bill signed into law by Republican Gov. Charlie Baker last week.

6 months ago·Boston, United States
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Boston seeks to ban fossil fuels in new buildings

Boston is seeking to ban fossil fuels from new building projects and major renovations, Mayor Michelle Wu announced Tuesday.

6 months ago·Raleigh, United States
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