Summers are getting hotter. Everyone can feel it, but not everyone feels it evenly. High land surface temperatures can have a profound impact on the air temperature, exacerbating the heat and making everyone uncomfortable.
The City of Beverly has begun implementing MAPC's complete streets policy and, as part of the process, has built its first bike lane on Hale Street, a popular bike route.
MAPC supports the development of solar energy throughout the Greater Boston Region through a variety of techniques, ranging from regional procurement projects to educational events.
Stormwater is natural. When its ordinary flow and filtration is disrupted, however, water quality declines and adversely affects communities and the environment, creating an increasingly troublesome challenge for local governments.
Law enforcement officials and youth service workers joined local teens for an afternoon of friendly competition at the Seventh Annual Metro Mayors Basketball Tournament at Trum Field in Somerville.
Looking for new ways to enjoy the beauty of New England summers? Check out the over 40 miles of trails along the historic Weston, Sudbury, Cochituate, and Wachusett aqueducts.
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