climate change

Joe Fusco: Sooner or later, climate change economy will happen

Why shouldn’t Vermont make itself a spectacularly attractive place to start and run businesses that solve these problems?

John Sales: Surging glaciers are dying glaciers

These glacial “advances” are some of the most often cited evidence against global warming. However, they are actually strong evidence for global warming.

Sandra Levine: Local action, global impact

Solving global climate problems demands that we each do our part.

Gregory Dennis: Going ‘Inside Out’ on climate change

I’m going with another emotion in response to the Paris agreement: Hope.

Bob Stannard: Too big to solve?

One might think that if this many world leaders (along with a supermajority of scientists) believe that climate change is a bit of a problem for mankind that others would follow.

Deb Markowitz: Limiting global warming to 2 degrees

The energy and hope at the 21st annual United Nations climate conference in Paris are palpable.

Fracked Gas protest follows Shumlin to Paris

A Vermont activist interrupted the governor’s presentation in Paris at the United Nations climate talks.

No middle ground in bruising debate on carbon tax

VPIRG, Ethan Allen Institute engage in battle of words over climate change.

Mike Donohue: Working together on climate change plan

Working to proactively develop a climate change action plan can strengthen our communities and improve our quality of life statewide while also protecting our environment.

Shumlin heading to Paris climate talks

The governor and Natural Resources Secretary Deb Markowitz will be serving on panels at the climate talks.

Activists call for state lawmakers to take action on climate change

A coalition of Vermont environmental activists want lawmakers to “tackle global warming” by putting a price on carbon pollution. Activists from VPIRG, Capstone Community Action in Barre and local churches delivered 25,241 postcards and petitions Monday to lawmakers (who are currently not in session) at the Statehouse. The activists are part of the Energy Independent […]

Rebecca Foster: Fossil fuel reality check

Throwing more money at fossil fuels is becoming harder to defend by the day.

Dan Jones: The cost of our prosperity

While loving life upon the land, we are beginning to recognize that this lifestyle exerts a cost upon the earth that will not be sustainable.

Northern Vermont Climate Economy Forum is Oct. 29

News Release — The Vermont Council on Rural Development October 21, 2015 Contact: Paul Costello, VCRD Executive Director, 223-5763, [email protected] MONTPELIER, VT – A regional forum focusing on the opportunity to create jobs while developing innovative solutions to stem the impact of climate change will take place at Contois Auditorium in Burlington’s City Hall on […]

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