Currently EEA is seeking Intern Applications for the 2018 Summer Semester. Deadline for applying is May 25, 2018.
Find information on public listening sessions.
Take a boat or OHV safety course.
Learn about commercial fishing permitting, reporting, and regulations.
Get free, confidential environmental assistance for your business or facility.
Learn about energy pricing and market updates.
You can help support your community and the environment of Massachusetts by partnering with the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs.
Find TURA compliance requirements and TURA program resources.
Learn how to register for the first time or renew your registration online.
Get a better understanding of your electric service, compare products and prices, and file complaints.
This dashboard offers insights into the Commonwealth’s progress towards the goals of the GWSA.
Get permission for your company to transport people and goods, or to tow away trespassing vehicles.
Everything you need to know about saltwater fishing in Massachusetts.
Get ready for a great day on the water with fishing resources for beginners and experienced anglers.
Learn more about camping in Massachusetts state parks.
In September 2016, Governor Baker signed Executive Order 569, directing EEA and all of state government to begin planning and preparing for the ongoing impacts of climate change.
Learn how to request public records from the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs.
The only state Cabinet-level office in the country that oversees both environmental and energy agencies.