Monthly Archives: September 2017

Do you have an old refrigerator or freezer wasting energy? The sponsors of Mass Save® – Cape Light Compact, Eversource, National Grid, and Unitil – are offering no-cost pickup and removal plus a $50 rebate to residential electric customers who … Read More

On Wednesday, September 27, the City launched a Zoning Redesign event series with “Think Globally, Act Locally: Zoning for a Sustainable Newton”. The planning team presented proposals for a stormwater ordinance, green building design and renewable energy/energy efficiency, among other … Read More

Green Newton regrets to inform members of our community that Mayoral Candidate Ruthanne Fuller is in mourning for the loss of her mother, and therefore the Mayoral Candidate Forum on the Environment at the library on Sept. 28 has been canceled. … Read More

First, look for coffee beans that are organically grown. Usually this means that coffee is produced without using artificial pesticides or herbicides. This ensures that pollution from wastewater and fertilizers is minimized and soil erosion is decreased because native forests are kept intact. … Read More

An unconventional, interdisciplinary coalition of activists, researchers, utility executives, municipal leaders, natural gas experts, inventors, and mothers is finding solutions for the gas-leaking pipelines buried in our neighborhoods. On October 3 from 9am – 12:30pm,  ‘COMMON GOALS, UNCOMMON PARTNERS: Seeking Solutions to … Read More