- Learn about the State's Climate Change programs including the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI).
- Since people, businesses, wildlife, and natural lands all need adequate water, the Commonwealth must follow sustainable water policy guidelines to support ecological needs while meeting the requirements of regional economic growth, supporting high-quality jobs, increasing housing affordability, enhancing tourism, and maintaining a high quality of life that includes recreational opportunities and vital habitats.
- Learn about proper on-site wastewater disposal systems, including Title 5, treatment plants, water reuse, and how stormwater affects our environment, state parks and water resources.
The Dam and Seawall Repair and Removal Fund was established in 2013 by the Massachusetts Legislature to promote public health, public safety, and ecological restoration. Under the authority created by M.G.L. c. 29, §2IIII and regulations issued under 301 CMR 15.00, EEA will enter into contracts with qualified organizations to implement projects for the repair and removal of dams, levees, seawalls, and other forms of flood control.