New York Times Climate Change FAQ - easy to find brief answers on a wide range of topics (it may be behind a paywall)
Join the Facebook group Sustainable Hopkinton, where you can share information with other members of the Hopkinton community. This group is not officially associated with the Sustainable Green Committee.
Follow our page HopGreenMA on Facebook or Instagram for the latest happenings and discussions: on Facebook, you don't need to have an account to read posts
See other groups with related topics, such as the Drive Green group under Transportation.
Helpful apps and sites
Green Energy Consumers Alliance is a non-profit serving MA and RI for over forty years by providing educational programs as well as implementation incentives and weighing in on policy issues. We link to their website for info about heating and cooling, solar, EVs, charging, etc.
Websites for Sustainable Switches - links to websites and apps for everything from bike maps to carbon footprint calculators
How to Save a Planet podcast on Spotify has weekly episodes (about 30 to 60 minutes) on many green topics, and there are a few other podcasts along the same lines
Cool Climate Network has many tools including maps showing climate impact by zip code using a consumption-based model, household and business impact calculators, and options that show how each specific change you can make will impact your greenhouse gas footprint
Don't want your retirement savings funding fossil fuel companies? Here are some resources to consider green alternatives:
This episode from the How to Save a Planet podcast addresses that very topic!
Green Century Funds is one fossil fuel-free fund that also advocates on behalf of shareholders for more sustainable practices
Atlas Wealth Strategies in town is a financial advisement firm that emphasizes sustainable investment practices