Eversource recently published their electric rates effective Jan. 1, 2023. The average cost of residential electricity will increase by 33% (from $0.30/KWH to $0.40/KWH). This is primarily due to higher cost of natural gas, which is the main energy source
Cities and towns across Massachusetts are making valuable contributions to addressing the climate crisis. Stephen Frail, chair of the Town of Needham’s Climate Action Planning Committee (CAPC), member of Green Needham, and a Climate Reality Project Leader, will give a
The timing was perfect — a new waste ban for textiles in Massachusetts, a bombshell Greenpeace study casting doubt on plastics recycling, and an engaged audience anxious to get their questions answered. The Nov. 2, 2022 Needham Solid Waste Forum,
On Wednesday, November 2nd at 7 pm, the Needham RTS and Green Needham will host a Recycling & Solid Waste Forum in the Community Room of the Needham Public Library. There will be multiple presentations by individuals closely connected to this topic,
Town meeting members will soon have the chance to take an important step toward reducing carbon emissions. At the October 24th Special Town Meeting, the Select Board will ask for permission to explore bringing Community Electricity Aggregation (CEA) to Needham.
We’re excited to introduce Community Electricity Aggregation, an incredibly powerful tool in the fight against climate change! At the October 24th Town Meeting, the Select Board will ask for permission to explore bringing this program to Needham. Haven’t heard of
Thank you to everyone who attended our Virtual Open House on June 9th. If you weren’t able to attend, you can catch up with the replay available through this article on our web site or directly through the Needham Channel.
Have you ever wanted to know who the team is behind Green Needham, and find out what they’re currently working on? Come join the Green Needham Virtual Open House on Thursday, June 9th from 7:00 – 8:30 pm (on Zoom). This webinar
Do you ever wonder who the people are behind Green Needham and what they are working on? Come “meet” the Green Needham team virtually and hear what Green Needham has been up to recently, and what our priorities are for
Members of the Needham High School Environmental Club were joined by volunteers from Green Needham and Mothers Out Front along with a few walk-on volunteers to clean up trash in and around the Town Forest this afternoon. Thumbs up and