Pop-Up Store Dec. 15 Auburndale

Come browse and shop local for wonderful eco-friendly gifts, sustainable kitchen goods, accessories, organic cotton clothing, vintage travel bags, handmade ceramics, hand-turned wooden bowls, fine beaded jewelry, paintings, wooden games and gifts, Vejibags, Bee’s Wraps for food storage and more! … Read More

The public is invited to a hearing before the Zoning & Planning Committee of the City Council on Monday, December 10, 7pm in Room 204 at Newton City Hall (1000 Commonwealth Ave., Newton) about the proposed climate change vulnerability assessment which will result ultimately in a climate … Read More

It is fantastic news that our first Newton Power Choice contract will contain 60% renewable energy from New England-sourced electricity in the standard option. In November, Mayor Fuller negotiated 46% above the state-mandated 14% for 2019, and Green Newton is … Read More

All are welcome to join Green Newton’s Schools Connections group at our next meeting—Thursday, January 17 at 3:45pm at 3:30pm in Newton City Hall (kids are welcome).  The group’s goal is to establish “green standards” for Newton schools and to connect … Read More

Is Bigger Solar Better? By Ellie Goldberg Advocate for healthy children, safe schools and sustainable communities. (www.healthy-kids.info) Wondering about installing a solar system? I’ve interviewed local homeowners to learn how and why they decided to go solar, how much it really … Read More

Attend Congressman Kennedy’s 2018 Community Service Fair on Saturday, December 8 from 1-3pm in the War Memorial at Newton City Hall (1000 Commonwealth Ave., Newton) . This event will bring together service organizations and local citizens who are interested in volunteering in the community. The … Read More

Green Newton recently received a limited supply of reusable Boomerang Bags that were made with care by a wonderful group of local volunteers.  Recycled fabric was used to make these cool looking bags, since that is one excellent way to avoid the disposal of fabric in the trash for … Read More