Working together for a more sustainable Needham

Save energy and money! Sign up for a new and improved no-cost Mass Save home energy assessment.
Find out about rebates and incentives that can help pay for energy-saving improvements to your home!
Did you know?
In 2014, solar PV accounted for 32% of new electric generating capacity in the U.S.
(Source: SEIA-GTM Solar Market 4Q2014 Insight Report)

Needham Farmer’s Market – Sunday, Oct. 11, 2015

October 11, 2015
at 12:00 PM
behind Needham Bank more

Answering the Call: An Interfaith Gathering for Climate Action

October 12, 2015
at 6:30 PM
Temple Beth Elohim

“Climate change is a problem that can no longer be left to future generations.” Source:  Pope Francis, speaking at the White House, September 23, more

Needham Adult Education: Zero Energy Home

October 15, 2015
at 7:00 PM
Needham High School – Room 206

Peter Kane, Instructor Join us to learn about the design and construction of a zero net energy home built in Westwood three years ago. The owner/ more

"Living Green in Needham" Now Includes New "Greening Your Electricity" Section

How can all of us, as electric customers, support renewable energy? Living Green in Needham, an online compendium of information on living sustainably in our town, now features a new section: Greening Your Electricity...Read more

Posted: Sep 23rd

Invasive Plants: Not Just a Nuisance

Do you know why invasive plants are harmful beyond our gardens, extending to the local food web? Are you curious about which invasive plants are in our area? How can we recognize them? How can we eliminate them from our own yards and community? Dr. Eric Olson, an expert on invasive plants, will address these questions on Friday, September 18 at 9:30 a.m...Read more

Posted: Sep 13th