‘Anyone who tells you it’s not tricky to hold one office and run for another is lying,’ says former House Speaker Shap Smith.
The holiday season can be much more than the season of shopping, consumption, stress, and waste.
An estimated eight to 14 million tons of plastic end up in our oceans every year.
We can make important progress to reverse global warming by focusing on the relationship between climate change, land use, forestry, and agriculture.
We’re hard-wired to respond to the tangible present rather than possible future consequences.
The Northeast is heating up faster than other parts of the contiguous United States.
There must be an explanation for why Vermont has lagged so far behind the nation in sending women to the U.S. Congress.
It should come as no surprise that some of Gov. Scott’s supporters are expressing dismay that his position on gun control “evolved” since he took office last year.
The Montpelier school board has shown themselves to be in need of some constitutional education.
As Vermont becomes more diverse, we must face up to the systemic racism that still exists in our communities.
The EPA lauded Markowitz for improving morale and instituting key new programs. The award was given this month.
Despite the setbacks of the past few weeks, we can still stay on track to reduce climate pollution.
News Release — Gund Institute March 2, 2017 Contact: Basil Waugh Communications Officer The Gund Institute University of Vermont Tel: 802.656.8369 Email: [email protected] Website: uvm.edu/giee Trump and the Environment: Rumors and Realities Deb Markowitz, former Secretary of the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources and new UVM Visiting Professor, released a white paper on President Trump […]
With Town Meeting Day just around the corner it is a great time to consider the importance of civic engagement and the rule of law.