News Release — The Nature Conservancy Feb. 22, 2017 Media Contact: Eve Frankel, The Nature Conservancy, [email protected], 802 595-5000 Montpelier, Feb 22, 2017—The Nature Conservancy in Vermont is honored to have three new and exemplary community members join its Board of Trustees. They bring a wealth of experience in the arenas of science, policy and […]
Scott Pruitt wants to dismantle many of the environmental programs that we rely on in Vermont.
The Conservation Law Foundation wants to join the fight over planned changes at Exit 16 in Colchester. The issue is water pollution, although some say it’s a proxy war over business competition.
It is our shared vision for clean and healthy waters that continues to inspire and compel us to take action to achieve Vermont’s clean water goals.
As we consider the impact of Tropical Storm Irene, we can see how far we’ve come to be better prepared, and celebrate those who have helped out.
At ANR, our work to protect the environment is not just a job — it also provides a life of meaning and purpose.
The Toxic Substance Control Act, a federal law that was enacted in 1976 to limit the use of industrial chemicals that pose unreasonable risks to the health and the environment, has largely failed to achieve its objective.
News Release — Vermont Agency of Natural Resources March 9, 2016 Media Contact: Joanne Garton, [email protected], 802-249-4217 Washington, D.C. — Vermont Agency of Natural Resources Secretary Deb Markowitz spoke today in front of the full Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works on Vermont’s relationship with the federal EPA and its approach to the increased […]
To be an effective leader, it is important to understand issues from the perspective of all Vermonters, not just from those rich or practiced enough to participate in public debate.
The energy and hope at the 21st annual United Nations climate conference in Paris are palpable.
We have long known that our lives and livelihoods are so intertwined with nature that we cannot separate ourselves from it. This knowledge comes with an imperative to act.
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.
Vermont’s prosperity is closely tied to our land-based economy and healthy natural environment.
Thanks to the Universal Recycling Law and folks like Trevor Mance, by summer 2015, whether you’re in Springfield or St. Johnsbury you’ll have access to recycling services.