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Ground Zero

A Gas Crisis In The Commonwealth

Failing Infrastructure, Lack Of Financial Incentives Blamed For Fugitive Emissions


Massachusetts residents pay tens of millions of dollars a year for natural gas that never reaches their homes. Natural gas leaks contribute up to 4 percent of our state greenhouse gas emissions and are a public safety hazard. The city of Boston is ground zero for this problem, with thousands of leaks spread across every neighborhood.

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