What steps can Needham take to address the climate crisis? See what Select Board candidates Karen Calton and Kevin Keene had to say in response to Green Needham’s questions. With Massachusetts setting ambitious goals and legally binding targets to drastically
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
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,
Get Climate Bill Across the Finish Line — Call/Write TODAY!
GREAT NEWS: The Mass. Legislature has passed a dramatic revision of our state climate laws. An Act Creating a Next-Generation Roadmap for Massachusetts Climate Policy (S.2995) is the strongest effort of its kind in the country. WE ARE NOT QUITE FINISHED:
Don’t Let This Session End Without a Climate Bill!
With only a few weeks left in the extended legislative session, time is running out. Climate legislation was passed both in the Massachusetts House and in the Senate and is now in a Conference Committee to work out a consensus
Decarbonizing the Massachusetts Economy – a conversation with Denise Garlick, Michael Greis and Joan Meschino on pending legislation
How can we accelerate progress toward decarbonizing our economy to address climate change and create new economic opportunity? What will that mean for us? How will it affect the way we and our families live? And how do we get
Green New Deal town hall with Senator Ed Markey in Framingham
Long before the Green New Deal, then-representative Ed Markey led the charge in the US House of Representatives for climate change legislation. In the summer of 2010, the United States was as close as it has ever been to addressing