Category Archives: Taking Action

LCC Winter 2020 E-News – Climate Action, Introducing Lauren Sopher, Good Chemistry, Wood Notes, Black Holes, Kwawaldam & More

Lake Champlain Committee Winter’s Wane 2020 E-News Happy Valentine’s Day! In this issue of Enews we share some recent legislative initiatives (including a call to action on climate change for Vermont members), introduce you to Director of Science & Water Programs Lauren Sopher (read her Lake Look column about Lakeshore Grasslands below) and let you know of […]

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February 2020 E-News: Updates from VNRC

February 2020 E-News  Thanks for taking time during this busy season to catch up with our latest news. We hope to see you soon at one of these upcoming events! LATEST NEWS 2020 Plan for Climate Action in Vermont — On January 14, VNRC presented a policy plan for climate action in 2020. We were joined […]

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REV It Up: VT Climate News!

Facebook | Twitter | LinkedIn | Instagram CLIMATE- AT THE STATE HOUSE Unlike anything we’ve seen before, climate dominated discussion at the State House as the 2020 Legislative Session opened earlier this month. The Vermont Youth Lobby presented legislators with resolutions from the Youth Climate Congress. Watch the video here.  Representative Sarah Copeland-Hanzas discussed the goals of the […]

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Womxn Rising 2020 | January 18th

WOMXN RISING 2020 WHAT: Womxn Rising 2020 WHERE: Casella Theater at Castleton University OR ANYWHERE with an internet connection via our professional Live Stream WHEN: January 18, 2020 | Noon – 3pm On January 18, 2020, we’re changing things up to bring you a more accessible and action oriented Womxn’s March. Womxn Rising 2020 Vermont will take place on Saturday, January […]

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January 2020 E-News: Updates from VNRC

January 2020 E-News Where did the holidays go? The 2020 legislative session is about to begin! We hope the below updates will be useful as you begin to navigate another year of advocacy on behalf of Vermont’s environment and communities. FIRST THINGS FIRST… “6 Legislative Issues to Watch in 2020” — Over the weekend, VPR interviewed House […]

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Vermont Youth Climate Congress – 11/17

Register for the Vermont Youth Climate Congress By Matt Henchen on Oct 24, 2019 04:55 pm Let’s show them how it’s done! Sunday, November 17th at 12:30 PM Vermont State House 115 State Street, Montpelier WHAT: A civil, civic gathering of students that builds on some of Vermont’s greatest traditions to show lawmakers what climate […]

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Climate Internships and November Lobby Actions

Citizens’ Climate Education is currently accepting applications for Spring and Summer 2020 interns. We have 15 positions available, in policy and advocacy, outreach and engagement, and communication and education. Some are remote, some are onsite. Some are paid, some are unpaid. Please see details here: https://citizensclimatehighered.org/chapter-interns Below are actions we invite students (and non-students) to take in […]

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Encourage Students to Support a National Carbon Price Through our November Lobby Activities

Citizens’ Climate Lobby currently has several opportunities for students to make their voices heard on climate change. Please see below. Register for November Lobby Day Congress is moving forward on climate change, thanks to CCL’s 100,000+ members asking for climate action. At November Lobby Day (Nov. 11-12), participants will meet with their members of Congress […]

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