Please water street trees during the drought, they need our help!
Green Cambridge and the City of Cambridge present the 2nd Cambridge Climate Congress: Building a Community of Response to Climate Change.
We are currently looking for citizen delegates to join our Congress, if you are interested in becoming a delegate, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and read it about it in The Cambridge Day
Go Solar Today with Neighborhood Solar !
Neighborhood Solar offers the communities of Arlington, Belmont, Cambridge, Somerville, and Watertown a limited-time solar group purchase discount program.
We are looking for volunteers wanting to promote solar within their communities. If you would like to be a solar volunteer please click the Support Us button below to sign-up!
Participate in Green Cambridge's Rain Barrel, Tree, or Solar programs by requesting services below:
Welcome to Green Cambridge! If you're looking for trees, rain barrels, solar panels, composting, environmental advocacy or anything green in Cambridge, Massachusetts, you've come to the right place.
As Kermit says, it's not easy being green, so we've got to make like frog eggs and stick together. Find us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Meetup or in real life in Cambridge.
If you need help with anything green or you have a question, send us an email or request our services. If you like what we do, you can sign up for our monthly newsletter, volunteer to help us do what we do, and make a financial contribution.
A great big THANK YOU! to our supporters and volunteers. We couldn't do this without you. Your support keeps us hopping with joy.
Green Cambridge Monthly Meeting, August 4th, 2016: The board at Green Cambridge met at Eastern Bank to discuss the previous month and what lies ahead.
Monthly Meet-up, July 21st, 2016: Green Cambridge Staffer Brian Johnson held an open discussion about the meaning of sustainability, discussing environmental,
Green Cambridge Annual Meeting, June 2, 2016: Green Cambridge gave awards to retiring City Manager Rich Rossi and his staff for their outstanding sustainability efforts.
MCAN Local Environmental Action Conference 3/13/16: Hundreds of local environmentalist and dozens of groups gathered at Northeastern University for the annual MCAN conference.
Green Cambridge 2030 Goals presentation to Porter Square Neighborhood Association 2/18/16: Quinton Zondervan presented our 2030 Sustainability goals in Porter Square, and received their endorsement!
Green Cambridge in the News
Our Fiscal Year 2015 Annual Report is full of pictures and updates on our many activities and accomplishments for the past year.
City Arborist David Lefcourt, and Green Cambridge Board Members Elena Saporta and Susan Labandibar; for Scout Magazine