Last week’s bomb cyclone was the second storm of its kind in the last eight weeks and reached the third highest flood levels on record, according to the National Weather Service. With another storm heading our way later this week, what exactly is the city of Boston doing to address the environmental threat? And is it enough?
Jim Braude was joined by Emily Norton, chapter director of the Massachusetts Sierra Club and a Newton city councilor, and Richard McGuinness, deputy director for climate change and environmentalplanning at the Boston Planning & Development Agency — formerly known as the Boston Redevelopment Authority.