Category Archives: Climate Change

Wednesday, June 14, 2023, at 7pm. Room 207 of Newton City Hall (1000 Commonwealth Avenue, Newton) and online. Under the “Ten Communities Act”, the City of Newton is one of the ten communities selected by the MA Legislature to participate … Read More

Tuesday, June 6 from 7:30-8:30. Online. As Albemarle Park gets a much-needed makeover, Charles River Watershed Association has been exploring ideas for how climate resilience can be incorporated. Join CRWA for a virtual public meeting to discuss flooding in our … Read More

Thursday, May 18 at 7pm. Online. Green Newton is joining the Newton Democratic City Committee’s Climate Crisis Subcommittee, in presenting “Preparing for Climate Change: Is Newton Doing Enough?”  Emily Norton, Newton city councilor and Executive Director of the Charles River … Read More

Due to an unanticipated scheduling conflict, Climate Chief Melissa Hoffer is unable to attend Tuesday, May 16 session of Carbon Countdown 2023. Instead, Chief Hoffer will join us at Carbon Countdown 2023 on Saturday, May 20 starting at 9am. (Note … Read More

Sunday, June 4 from 12-4pm. Garland Road, Newton. Thinking about home energy projects like solar, heat pumps, insulation, or driving electric? Ask a neighbor about their experience at the Sustainable Street Tour on Garland Road in Newton. Stroll down the … Read More

On April 27,  Professor Richard Primack presented the results of a recent field survey of Newton’s pollinator community carried out by a team of Boston University undergraduate students under his direction. The Newton survey was designed to determine: what major … Read More

Wednesday, May 10 from 1-2pm. Massachusetts State House, Rm 428. Join Mothers Out Front at the MA State House to show support for the Future of Clean Heat briefing,  Senator Cynthia Creem’s bill on clean energy transformation. Please email [email protected]Read More

Thursday, May 11 – 6 pm. Boston Public Library (230 Dartmouth Street, Boston) and Online. Environmental justice warrior, Rhodes Scholar, and founder of Black Girl Environmentalist Wanjiku “Wawa” Gatheru will converse with Boston Public Library President David Leonard as part … Read More