climate change

Vermont Folklife Center Portraits in Action: David Marvin

This is the sixth in a series from the recent Vermont Folklife Center exhibit, Portraits in Action: Pioneers in Renewable Energy, Environmental Conservation, and Land Use Planning.

Vermont Folklife Center Portraits in Action: Bob Klein

This is the fifth in a series from the recent Vermont Folklife Center exhibit, Portraits in Action: Pioneers in Renewable Energy, Environmental Conservation, and Land Use Planning.

Jack Lazor: A new direction for Vermont agriculture

Vermont dairy farmers are good people with wonderful families, but we are stuck in a system that is brutalizing the very earth on which we live.

Vermont Folklife Center Portraits in Action: Warren King

This is the fourth in a series from the recent Vermont Folklife Center exhibit, Portraits in Action: Pioneers in Renewable Energy, Environmental Conservation, and Land Use Planning.

Vermont Folklife Center Portraits in Action: John Ewing

This is the third in a series from the recent Vermont Folklife Center exhibit, Portraits in Action: Pioneers in Renewable Energy, Environmental Conservation, and Land Use Planning.

Gov. Shumlin, Regional Leaders Resolve to Conserve Forests in Face of Climate Change

News Release — Office of the Governor August 31, 2016 Media Contacts: Susan Allen, Office of the Governor, 802-828-3333 Louis Porter, Vt Fish & Wildlife Commissioner, 802-828-1000 Eve Frankel, The Nature Conservancy, 802-229-4425 MONTPELIER, Vt. – Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin joined four other New England governors and five eastern Canadian premiers to sign a resolution […]

Shumlin takes shot at Scott, endorses Minter and Zuckerman

Governor aims at GOP candidate’s stance on climate change, as Scott campaign doubles down on immateriality of the cause.

Vermont Folklife Center Portraits in Action: Darby Bradley

This is the second in a series from the recent Vermont Folklife Center exhibit, Portraits in Action: Pioneers in Renewable Energy, Environmental Conservation, and Land Use Planning.

VDP: Phil Scott’s is No Scientist

News Release — Vermont Democratic Party Aug. 24, 2016 Contact: Christina Amestoy, VDP Communications Director (802) 448-4239 [email protected] This Just In: Phil Scott’s No Scientist August 24, 2016 Burlington, VT After repeatedly refusing to admit that the majority of climate change is man-made, Phil Scott suddenly had a convenient change of heart during the first […]

Mitch Frankenberg: Addiction, economics and climate change

The inconvenient truth remains the delusional denial of humanity’s arrogant and insatiable demands for more consumption.

Vermont Folklife Center Portraits in Action: Tom Boucher

This is the first in a series from the recent Vermont Folklife Center exhibit, Portraits in Action: Pioneers in Renewable Energy, Environmental Conservation, and Land Use Planning.

Ron Krupp: Ali quote speaks to gardeners

The death of Muhammad Ali resurrects a sweet childhood memory of the great fighter, whose famous quote, “Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee,” now holds a special meaning for gardeners.

Bill McKibben: One last chance to get it right

Vermont Gas, and the PSB, have failed in their duty to reconcile the latest scientific and economic information, and to plan for the long-term future of Vermont.

Sue Minter Letter to Lt. Gov. Phil Scott

News Release — Sue Minter for Vermont July 21, 2016 Contact: Molly Ritner [email protected] Dear Phil, If you can’t properly diagnose a problem then it’s hard to solve it. On July 19, during the Vermont Climate Economy forum in Rutland, you said there were “many reasons” for the warming of the planet, and did not […]