Working Together for a More Sustainable Needham
–In Our Fourteenth Year!–
Green Needham Collaborative is a volunteer organization dedicated to securing a better future through local action. Partnering with community groups, businesses, town government, local schools, colleges, and houses of worship, we work to reduce carbon emissions and promote the wise use of resources.

2021-03-17What steps can Needham take to address the climate crisis? See what the Select Board candidates had to say in response to Green Needham’s questions.

2021-03-31Green Needham adopts Needham’s racial equity statement.

Recent News and Updates
Needham VFW – A Small Business Energy Savers Program Success Story - Are you a small business owner  in Needham?  Do you want to lower  your utility bills, and help the environment by saving energy?  Mass Save, in partnership with Eversource, can perform a no-cost energy assessment of your mechanical, electrical, and… Continue Reading
tesla solar storage battery-wiki-OIPWD1WLTYJ Battery Storage for Your Solar PV System? Your Questions Answered - Battery Storage for Your  Solar PV System? Your Questions Answered Reasons for Battery Storage Let's explore the reasons why you may want to include battery storage with your solar PV system.  First of all, you don't need  battery storage to be… Continue Reading
Select Board Candidates answer questions on energy and climate - What steps can Needham take to address the climate crisis? See what the Select Board candidates had to say in response to Green Needham's questions. With Massachusetts setting ambitious goals and legally binding targets to drastically cut carbon emissions by… Continue Reading
A National Climate Action Plan - With new national leadership we have a historic opportunity to tackle the climate crisis. Green Needham is pleased to join Temple Beth Shalom's Environmental Action Committee to host a Zoom meeting on March 15th at 7:30 pm with Derek Walter,… Continue Reading
For Needham Police Department, Green is the New Blue - There's been a lot in the news recently about Massachusetts setting ambitious goals to reach net zero carbon emissions by 2050. In order for the state to reach those goals, every sector of the economy will have to move towards… Continue Reading