Lack of action places our climate, our health and our national security at risk.
It is time for public policy to match and foster the commitment of businesses and individuals.
Now is not the time to rest on Vermont’s past success or take a pause in our commitment to tackle climate change. Our actions need to match our resolve.
In approving any transfer, regulators must be certain that the new owner is up to the task and that effective oversight is in place for the work being done.
Hats off to Gov. Scott for using his first public appearance to stand up for Vermont’s ambitious but achievable goal of using 90 percent renewable energy by 2050.
When action is thwarted at the federal level, our regional, state, municipal and business efforts have room to succeed.
When it comes to climate change, the upcoming election poses stark contrasts that pit pollution against bold climate action.
Whether an increase in the project’s cost constitutes a “significant change” is key.
Like Volkswagen, MobilExxon profited from their deceit. They knew the real risks of global warming long ago.
Recognition of Vermont’s advances on clean energy provide a good model for future work and for other states.
In testimony it heard over two weeks, the House Committee on Natural Resources and Energy saw the breadth and depth of support for taking bold action to tackle carbon pollution in Vermont.
Solving global climate problems demands that we each do our part.
During the past weeks, the COP21 talks in Paris put climate change front and center.
As more and more renewable power becomes available the cost of electricity goes down for everyone.