National Grid - The Environment
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The Environment We are committed to a sound environmental policy. To protecting and enhancing the environment. To reducing pollution and waste. To stringent performance monitoring. To research and innovation. Environmental considerations are integrated into our business decisions and everyday operations.

Our Policy
Protecting the environment for the future is vital. We are committed to both protecting and enhancing the environment.

Our Programs
Explore the ways we put our commitment to environmental responsibility into action.

Electric and Magnetic Fields
View our statement regarding EMFs and health-related research.

ISO 14001
Learn how we are implementing ISO 14001 standards.

Massachusetts Global Warming Solutions Act (GWSA) Initiatives National Grid worked closely with the Commonwealth of Massachusetts as they formulated and passed into law the Global Warming Solutions Act (GWSA). Signed into law in 2008 by Governor Deval Patrick, the GWSA set forth initiatives for Massachusetts to significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions (GHG). The Massachusetts Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs (EEA) subsequently released The Massachusetts Clean Energy & Climate Plan for 2020, which is a portfolio of policies to ensure that the Commonwealth reduces its GHG emissions by 25 percent from 1990 levels by 2020.
EEA recently launched a new dashboard for GWSA initiatives to be tracked and successes communicated. Please visit the GWSA Dashboard for more information.

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Related Information

Environmental Policy (pdf)

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The 'Responsibility' section of our corporate website provides a Company-wide perspective on our governance, policies, performance and achievements over a wide range of economic, environmental, employee and social issues.

Tree Trimming Learn more about selecting and planting trees—Avoid Tree & Utility Line Conflicts (pdf)