Monthly Archives: November 2017

Green Newton has a forum for Newton parents and teachers, who are interested in promoting sustainability in our schools, as well as sharing experiences and ideas. This is an opportunity to connect on issues of recycling, composting and school garden projects, in addition to receiving support for implementing green initiatives in schools. Our … Read More

Join Green Newton in the Druker Auditorium of the Newton Free Library (330 Homer St., Newton) on Monday, November 27 at 7pm for ‘Newton Power Choice: Going Green’, the latest talk in the Greening Our Community Series. All are welcome to arrive at 6:30pm for … Read More

The City of Newton invites you to attend the presentation “Cracking the Code: Understanding Zoning for Homeowners” at the Newton Free Library (300 Homer St., Newton) on Wednesday, November 29 from 6:30-8pm. This is the next in their series on the City’s project to … Read More

When my family orders takeout from local restaurants, there are times when the food comes in StyrofoamTM containers. StyrofoamTM is expandable polystyrene (EPS), a synthetic aromatic polymer, which is made by expanding molecules and molding them into shapes, such as … Read More

On Monday, November 13 from  7-9:30pm at Newton South High School (140 Brandeis Rd, Newton Centre), Newton resident Nathan G. Phillips, Professor in the Department of Earth & Environment at Boston University, will speak on “Cooking the Planet, One Meal at … Read More