Things will be much better this year. Right?
Derek Hallquist was filming his father, the CEO of the Vermont Electric Cooperative, talking about climate change when the man he knew as Dad confided he was actually a woman named Christine.
“Here in Vermont I’m not too concerned” about any need to pressure the state’s U.S. senators to oppose nominees, said one protester. “But we are standing in solidarity on what is a global issue.”
Businesses taking certain steps to stem global climate change will enjoy an advantage when competing for state contracts worth more than $25,000, according to an executive order signed this week by Gov. Peter Shumlin, now in the final weeks of his gubernatorial tenure. Under the order, businesses competing for state contracts may now set their […]
There is not much hope coming from Washington, D.C. But I was reminded at a recent gathering of hundreds of Vermont town energy and grassroots leaders that there is still hope here in Vermont and in communities across our nation.
Recent news headlines have highlighted important differences in the findings of a pollution model for Lake Champlain developed by the U.S. EPA and an independent pollution model developed by a research team largely based at UVM.
When action is thwarted at the federal level, our regional, state, municipal and business efforts have room to succeed.
How might we alter what we say about global warming so it becomes a more pressing issue for voters?
Attendees at this weekend’s Vermont Community Energy and Climate Action Conference vow to fight anticipated opposition by the president-elect.
The primary cause of the environmental impact of climate change is the size of the population.
We are destroying Vermont’s resources to “save the planet,” and the utilities are happily profiting from a new revenue stream.
When it comes to climate change, the upcoming election poses stark contrasts that pit pollution against bold climate action.
We must divest state assets from fossil fuels that are damaging our environment and fossil fuel companies that are clearly undertaking deceptive practices related to fossil fuels.
We see the development of the Stiles Brook Wind Project as the best path to continue environmentally conscious and sustainable management, promote rural vitality, and help fight climate change.