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How COVID-19 Is Reshaping Corporate Sustainability
Personal approach after ODs gives hope in Quincy
Published on 21 Sep 2020, 23:24
Climate change is a public health crisis that impacts everyone, but especially vulnerable populations. Massachusetts is on a path towards net-zero carbon emissions by 2050 but more needs to be done, and fast. COVID has shown the injustice of the pandemic and we know the equity gaps of the climate crisis. With the support of leading institutions like MIT and Harvard, and forward-looking companies like Biogen, Massachusetts can affect real actions in the state and well-beyond and become a model for addressing climate change, with clear considerations to health for all populations. Watch the panel, moderated by the Globe's Linda Henry, discuss these issues. Like us on Facebook facebook.com/globe Follow us on Twitter twitter.com/BostonGlobe Follow us on Google+ plus.google.com/+bostonglobe
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