|Office of Climate Innovation and Resilience
|December 1, 2023
Executive Agencies led by the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs (EEA) have assessed the Commonwealth’s progress in meeting its climate mandates and goals to achieve net zero greenhouse gas emissions and build resilience to climate change. Overall, Massachusetts has made significant progress and is well positioned for 2025, but a strong policy response to existing and emerging challenges will be needed to meet the Commonwealth’s ambitious 2030 targets. This report card outlines some of the most impactful ongoing initiatives and new policies the Healey-Driscoll Administration is pursuing to ensure that we meet our climate goals and emissions limits. A candid look at the Commonwealth’s progress to date will provide accountability to the public, advocates, lawmakers, and the state itself and inform the adoption of new strategies to reduce emissions.