Ever since Tropical Storm Irene flooded the slopes and valleys of Vermont, we’ve been much more aware of how climate change is affecting our lives.
With green building a hot topic in Windham County, the Vermont Council on Rural Development is hosting a Climate Change Economy forum Oct. 6 in Brattleboro.
Without immediate action, we can assume that our lives will each be much more challenged with climate disruptions and growing economic crises.
Even the most committed environmentalist might consider a book titled “The Yin and Yang of Climate Crisis” to be “out there.” But its author is confident as he explains how it starts “in here.”
The pope’s letter, Laudato Si, carries forward a church tradition of stewardship for the earth.
The Climate Change Economy Council launched a series of regional public forums this past week. But it spent much of its first listening session telling an audience of nearly 75 people just what it was — and wasn’t.
A new Vermont Climate Change Economy Council — composed of two-dozen business, public policy and environmental leaders — is aiming to simultaneously grow the local “green” job market and crop global warming. To do so, it’s about to tour the state to ask a question: Any ideas?
We are a small state – our emissions are a drop in the bucket compared to others – but we are going to lead the transformation to a new energy economy precisely because of that.
Any conversation about reducing greenhouse gas emissions must include family planning and population control.
Some scientists fear that changes in our atmosphere may already be too great to prevent catastrophic changes in the Earth’s climate. But as a parent of toddler, I can’t allow this belief to prevent personal action.
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 […]
The Vermont author and activist is uplifted by the Catholic leader’s call to fight climate change but unhappy U.S. politicians aren’t following suit.
The guide is designed to help foresters implement adaptation strategies that take into account climate change trends and projections.
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 […]