One day a week, cut out the meat! Green Needham Collaborative is pleased to announce that we are joining with the League of Women Voters of Needham and the Needham Community Farm to launch Meatless Monday Needham. Adopting the model
A Bit of Cabin Fever?? Look UP May 14-23 into Clear Skies!! If you have been feeling cooped up, here’s one safe idea that may lift the spirits and engage the whole household any night when skies are clear: turn off the
Shopping locally during these challenging times keeps our local economy going, and in that sense helps sustain our community. You might want to order take-out from your favorite restaurant (see a list on the Newton Needham Chamber’s Shop Local page)
Watch our February 6th Electric Vehicles 101 webinar. This 40 minute webinar will take you through: the basics of electric vehicles answering common questions about owning an EV how to buy an EV
Are you increasingly concerned about climate change and feeling rather helpless? Do you feel like your actions won’t really make a difference? Ironically, the best way to snap out of the climate action blues is to actually take some action.
This past May, my husband and I purchased our first electric car, a Hyundai Kona Electric. We love our Kona so far and really enjoy driving an electric car, especially driving past all those gas stations. Charging at home is
EV…or Not EV If you are like many people I know, you may have asked yourself recently, “Should I trade my car in for an electric vehicle?” You see them gliding around town more and more. Maybe you know someone
Turn down the heat a few degrees; turn air conditioning down or off for a time; use the dishwasher later in the evening — small actions taken by a large number of people can make a big difference. Join the
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
When thinking about what we can each do to protect the environment, most of us know that our car choices matter, and that insulating our homes is an important way to reduce energy use. But what about our food choices?