BOSTON BUSINESS JOURNAL OP-ED: Viewpoint: New Airbnb law must be enforced to help families in Mass.

In a Boston Business Journal Op-Ed, CLU Executive Director Darlene Lombos joined Karen Chen, Executive Director of the Chinese Progressive Association to highlight why the recently passed [...]

Building a Brighter Day

Report Author: Judith Grant, MPH Read how energy efficiency innovations could foster environmental justice, increase wages, and make our neighborhoods safer and healthier. Download Report

BOSTON GLOBE OP-ED: GOVERNOR BAKER, IT’S TIME TO HOLD GAS UTILITIES ACCOUNTABLE

In a Boston Globe op-ed,  CLU Executive Director Darlene Lombos joined with Congresswoman-elect Ayanna Pressley and Boston Teachers Union President Jessica Tang to expose how National Grid is [...]

Getting onto the New Grid in Greater Boston

Maria Belén Power had never heard of a microgrid when the idea was proposed as a climate resiliency initiative for her city, Chelsea, a predominantly Hispanic community bordering the heavily [...]

#LetUsBreathe Tours: Taking Back Our Neighborhoods

Private companies are polluting and profiting off public land. The cost paid by our communities is too high. Governor Baker has allowed corporate polluters to treat our neighborhoods like toxic [...]

Unmasking Pioneer Institute and Governor Baker’s Privatization Agenda

On Tuesday, October 30th, we joined parents, teachers, and education advocates to unmask the Pioneer Institute’s efforts to profit off the privatization of public services — and in [...]

LYNN DAILY ITEM: ENVIRONMENTAL PROTEST PART OF STATEWIDE #LETUSBREATHE TOUR

LYNN — Community activists took to Lynn Beach earlier this month to protest waterfront development as flooding continues to be a problem in the city. The Nov. 3 protest was part of a statewide [...]

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Op-Ed: Wage Theft Should Be at the Top of Legislature’s Agenda

If you put in an honest day’s work, you should get an honest day’s pay. It’s that simple. The problem is, it’s not happening. Wage theft is occurring across the Commonwealth and dishonest [...]

OP-ED: We Need Child Care That Works for Working Families

Jamaica Plain families are breathing a collective sigh of relief that public schools reopened last week, after spending the summer scrambling to piece together childcare options that don’t break [...]