Visitors to the Statehouse on Thursday were met with an unusual welcoming committee: environmental advocates dressed as giant penises.
The state is looking into results of testing efforts by the Vermont PFAS/Military Poisons Coalition, which found high levels of PFAS in the Winooski River and the Gilbrook Natural Area.
2018 gubernatorial candidate James Ehlers has jumped into the Winooski House and Chittenden Senate races. And past social media posts continue to haunt him.
The proposed revision is not actually an environmental bill; it is an economic planning proposal.
The wealthy and their politicians are looking to be exempted from environmental oversight of their development schemes and the resulting impacts on our communities to treat wastewater and protect drinking water with the promises, again, of riches yet unrealized.
A Sept. 4 deadline set by the EPA for the state to complete the first phase of its Lake Champlain cleanup plan is “not feasible,” according Department of Environmental Conservation Commissioner Peter Walke.
The ruling said that any misrepresentation was not ‘material’ or ‘likely to affect the consumer's conduct or decision with regard to a product.’
Half of the Vermont Senate is sponsoring the amendment, though some are skeptical about the power of the constitutional language.
The state lacks public drinking water standards for cyanotoxins, and monitoring of recreational waters is voluntary.
Former gubernatorial candidate James Ehlers has brought a class action suit against the Vermont ice cream maker and its parent company.
Vermont won’t likely be a site for nuclear weapons — but activists say housing nuclear-capable fighter jets makes Burlington a target either way.
Gov. Phil Scott proposes closing hatchery but critics say it could devastate fishing industry.
Vermont’s Bill of Rights protects everything but the environment. It is deficient in that respect.
Voters who want to make history with a victory by the Democratic nominee could be outnumbered by those who want a governor who knows how to do the job.