The weirdest of weird summers is reluctantly stepping aside, perhaps setting the stage for an even weirder autumn.
News Release — UVM Oct. 16, 2017 Contact: Jeff Wakefield, [email protected], 802-578-8830 If oceans warm at a rate predicted by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, the United Nations-sponsored group that assesses climate change research and issues periodic reports, expected financial losses caused by hurricanes could increase more than 70 percent by 2100, according to […]
News Release — Vermont Law School Oct. 11, 2017 Contact: Maryellen Apelquist, Director of Communications, Vermont Law School office: 802-831-1228, cell: 802-299-5593, [email protected] SOUTH ROYALTON, Vt., Oct. 11, 2017––The editors of the Vermont Journal of Environmental Law (VJEL) at Vermont Law School will address the legal, regulatory, and policy challenges associated with transitioning from the […]
Using the Volkswagen pollution fees to jumpstart and accelerate the transformation within Vermont to cleaner electric buses makes sense.
News Release — Norwich University Oct. 10, 2017 Contact: Daphne Larkin 802-485-2886 [email protected] Follow us on Twitter @NorwichNews Norwich University Professor Receives $132K NSF Grant for Research on Impacts of Past Climate Change to Vt. Lakes NORTHFIELD, Vt. – Norwich University Professor of Earth and Environmental Science Laurie Grigg has earned a $132,000 grant from […]
Gov. Phil Scott publicly manipulates definition of carbon pricing in order to avoid real climate change solutions
Press Release — Mayor Miro Weinberger September 27, 2017 Contact: Katie Vane 802.734.0617 Partner with Energy Action Network on Summit and to Create Online Climate Pledge Tracker to Record Coalition Member Pledges to Reduce Carbon Emissions Burlington, VT – Mayor Miro Weinberger and Governor Phil Scott today announced Wednesday, November 8, 2017 as the date […]
The initial session was totally unstructured. The commission members offered no opening statement, no context, no conditions, no ground rules – only an invitation to the audience of 60 to “tell us what you want us to consider.”
We need to propose actions that will stimulate and improve our economic competitiveness while preserving the social fabric and environmental resiliency of our state.
Why would the networks not want to allocate substantial time to the scientifically proven reasons there had been two history-making hurricanes in the space of two weeks?
News Release — Vermont Agency of Natural Resources September 5, 2017 Media Contacts: Peter Walke, Agency of Natural Resources 802-828-1294 [email protected] Tom Rogers, Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department 802-377-2628 [email protected] MONTPELIER, VT – The Vermont Climate Action Commission will be hosting a series of public scoping sessions through the state in September and October to […]
One of the skeptics told the Selectboard the petition showed they are “not a tiny majority” and that she believes those with concerns are “actually a silent majority.”
One speaker invoked Ronald Reagan to argue for using taxation to discourage the production of carbon dioxide pollution.
Lack of action places our climate, our health and our national security at risk.