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In August 2008, the Global Warming Solutions Act (GWSA) was signed into law, making Massachusetts one of the first states in the nation to move forward with a comprehensive regulatory program to address Climate Change.
Massachusetts greenhouse gas emission trends
Sources of greenhouse gas (GHG) pollution in Massachusetts are diverse and distributed throughout our economy, with 90% of the Commonwealth’s GHG emissions stemming from transportation, electricity use, and buildings.
The Commonwealth is implementing the following updated Massachusetts Clean Energy and Climate Plan for 2020 policies in order to improve new and existing buildings’ energy performance and provide cleaner energy sources for buildings.
Progress toward 2020 GHG Emissions Reduction Limit.
Progress toward 2020 GHG Emissions Reduction Limit
Progress toward 2020 GHG Emissions Reduction Goal
Progress toward 2020 GHG Emissions Reduction Limit
In May of 2012, former EEA Secretary Sullivan convened an Implementation Advisory Committee (IAC) to advise the Administration’s implementation of the Global Warming Solutions Act (GWSA).

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