News Release — Climate Journey June 15, 2015 Contact: Morgan Curtis, [email protected], 603-277-0595; Website: www.climatejourney.org, Twitter: @climatejourney Waitsfield, VT – As climate change negotiators, concerned citizens, and policymakers worldwide are preparing to descend on Paris this December for the twenty-first United Nations Climate Change Conference, Morgan Curtis, 23, and Garrett Blad, 23, are taking an […]
Vermont Ecumenical Council and Bible Society issues statement on environment and economic justice: Deplores ‘Systemic Sin’
News Release — Vermont Ecumenical Council and Bible Society June 12, 2015 Contact: Joseph Gainza – [email protected], 802-522-2376 Christopher McCandless – [email protected], 802-862-8665 The Vermont Ecumenical Council and Bible Society today released a four page statement outlining the moral dimension of environmental destruction and associated economic disparities. Vermont has experienced severe weather conditions over the […]
News Release — Vermont State Treasurer’s Office April 27, 2015 Press Contact: Beth Pearce (802) 828-1451 Lisa Helme (802) 828-3706 [email protected] MONTPELIER, Vt.—Vermont State Treasurer Beth Pearce today released a report that documents a long-term process of constructive engagement efforts to address environmental, social and governance issues related to climate change. The report details actions […]
While Vermont initiatives on climate change are a commendable step, support is also needed at the national level for a broader solution.
Vermont Law School presents ‘Climate Change and Land Use Law, a Strategy to Avoid the Worst Impacts’
News Release — Vermont Law School April 3, 2015 Contact: Maryellen Apelquist, Director of Communications, Vermont Law School office: 802-831-1228, cell: 802-299-5593, [email protected] SOUTH ROYALTON, Vt., April 3, 2015––Columbia Law School Professor Michael Gerrard will discuss potential changes to land use and environmental laws to prevent the most dire climate change outcomes during a free […]
How should Vermont respond to climate change? Few Vermonters would say, “Make money from it.” However, this was the theme of a recent conference.
Vermont Commons School senior NORA HILL of Jericho testified before the Senate Government Operations Committee at the Youth Climate Action Summit on Thursday, February 12, 2015.