‘Are We Doing Solar Right?’

Thursday, November 9 from 6-7pm. Online. Solar has become one of the least expensive sources for new energy generation. Fields of solar panels are appearing everywhere, including in forests and farmlands. While most people assume that cutting down forests to install … Read More

‘Costs and Benefits of Offshore Wind’

Thursday, November 16 from 4-5pm. Online. The deployment of offshore wind projects in federal waters off the East Coast of the United States is central to the Northeast states’ near-term climate and energy goals, but reaching those goals cannot come at … Read More

Fix-It Clinic is Back at the Newton Free Library

Saturday, November 18 from 10am-1pm. Newton Free Library (330 Homer St., Newton). Do you have a broken item in your home that you know you could fix with the right guidance? Fix-It Clinics empower folks to fix for themselves and … Read More

Hear Youth Voices on Plastic Pollution

Sunday, November 19 from 1-3pm. Newton Free Library (330 Homer St., Newton) WIND Meetup, powered by Planeteer Alliance and sponsored by Green Newton, will bring together youth ages 10-23 from around the Boston area to discuss our dependency on plastic … Read More

Learn About ‘Healthy Soils and Climate Smart Farming’

Tuesday, November 28 from 7-8:15pm. Online. Celebrate United Nations World Soil Day by learning about healthy soil as a carbon sink and climate change solution. In this webinar, soil scientist Ruben Parilla, Soil Technical Coordinator for NOFA/Mass, and climate-smart farmers Annemarie Walsh … Read More