Vermont Sierra Club

Vermont Sierra Club Stands in Solidarity the Vermont-NEA

News Release – Vermont Sierra Club May 18, 2017 Robb Kidd Vermont Chapter Conservation Program Manager 802-505-1540 [email protected] In solidarity with the Vermont National Education Association the Vermont Chapter of the Sierra Club released this statement of support: Late in the legislative process, Governor Scott has demanded that health care for all public school teachers […]

Vermont Sierra Club Announces Legislative Endorsements: Supports Candidates with History of a Strong Conservation Ethic

News Release — Vermont Chapter of the Sierra Club Oct. 6, 2016 Contact: David Ellenbogen, Vermont Chapter of the Sierra Club Political Committee Chair Robb Kidd, 802-505-1540 Sierra Club Vermont Conservation Program Manager. Montpelier, VT: The Vermont Sierra Club is pleased to announce its endorsements for the 2016 general election. These endorsements accompany their earlier, […]

Carbon Shock: The VT Sierra Club hosts author Mark Schapiro

News Release For immediate release: January 30, 2015 Contact   Robb Kidd, Sierra Club Vermont Organizing Rep.  802-505-1540,[email protected] Carbon Shock: The VT SIERRA CLUB HOSTS AUTHOR MARK SCHAPIRO Montpelier: The Vermont Chapter of the Sierra Club is hosting Mark Schapiro, author of Carbon Shock : A Tale of Risk and Calculus on the Front Lines of […]

Sierra Club announces environmental endorsements

The Vermont Sierra Club, on behalf of its 3000 members, is pleased to announce its endorsements for the 2014 general election.

Vermont Sierra Club says wind farms will boost tourism

“Wind power is a plus for the environment because it helps reduce carbon emissions, it can provide livable wage jobs, and it supports our tourist industry,” said Steve Crowley, Chairman of the Vermont Sierra Club.

Van Deusen: Green energy and good jobs for Vermonters

It is our common assertion that the environmental and economic issues related to new energy development cannot be separated. Creating green energy without also supporting a strong local economy, or aggressively seeking job creation without addressing basic environmental issues, undermines the future upon which our Green Mountain State is predicated.

Vermont Sierra Club decries lobbyist’s use of name on anti-bottle bill website

In a letter addressed to the beverage industry’s lobbyist, Amy Shollenberger, the environmental group asked that any reference to the Sierra Club be removed from the website.