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Climate Change Action Plan Under Review

Focuses Should Include Regional Planning, A Fresh Look At ‘Open Space’


Later this year, following public comments and review by a steering committee of business, government and community leaders, the city of Boston will issue its 2014 Climate Change Action Plan Update, Boston’s blueprint for reducing greenhouse gas emissions, which contribute to global warming, while ensuring preparedness for the unavoidable impacts of climate change and potential sea level rise.

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