- Corps Calls For $1 Billion Cape Cod Bridge Replacements October 7, 2019A new report says replacing two Cape Cod Canal bridges for an estimated $1 billion would be more cost-effective than rehabilitating them.
- 'Major' Mass. Gas Leak Follows Feds Call For Regulation Changes One Year After Deadly Gas Explosions September 26, 2019Federal officials call for changes to national pipeline regulations a little more than a year after the September 2018 natural gas explosions and fires north of Boston and just days before another leak hit the area.
- States, Utilities Take Sides on Carbon Emissions Regulations September 25, 2019A set of lawsuits challenging the Obama administration’s Clean Power Plan were dismissed by a federal appeals court after the Trump administration replaced the regulation with the Affordable Clean Energy Rule, but that rule now faces its own set of challenges.
- PFAS Cleanup in Limbo Without a Law September 25, 2019As the number of communities in the U.S. discovering high levels of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances in water supplies continues to grow, industry and local officials are waiting on legislative and regulatory leadership to set limits and standards for this pollutant class.