Category Archives: Climate

VT Interfaith Power & Light newsletter – June 2018

  Green Mountains, Blue Water Earth Care News June 2018 In this newsletter: Congregations Invited to be Sponsors of VTIPL Conference Happening: A Clean Energy Revolution – Film Showing in Marshfield Poor People’s Campaign Continues Energy Resource Fair & Town Meeting with Senator Sanders SunCommon Sun CARnival this Saturday Vermont’s Catholic Diocese Gets Greener Faith, Reason […]

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American University Achieves Carbon Neutrality

Red, Blue—And Green: American University Achieves Carbon Neutrality By Gregg Sangillo | April 25, 2018 As part of the carbon neutral plan, about 2,500 solar panels were installed on campus. AU also entered into a partnership to install solar panels in North Carolina. Is tackling climate change the greatest challenge of our time? Will sustainability questions dominate the […]

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Deepen your climate justice work–350VT leadership training

Join 350Vermont from April 27 – 29 for a weekend of learning, skill development, and community building! Building Ground, part one of our Climate Justice Leader Training, is designed to provide background and basic skills for individuals looking to grow their leadership and involvement within the climate movement. And we want you to join us!  This program will include the […]

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VT Interfaith Power & Light newsletter – April 2018

Green Mountains, Blue Water Earth Care News April 2018 In this newsletter: VTIPL Annual Conference’s Keynote Speaker: George Lakey Faith Climate Action Week: April 14 – 22, 2018 Bennington’s Second Congregational Church Wins National Award Urge VT Senators to Keep Funding for a Study of Carbon Pricing in Budget Enter Efficiency Vermont’s Video Contest! 350Vermont’s Building […]

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Workshop: What Kind of Changemaker Are You? Sunday, 6 P.M.

Please join 350Vermont and Central VT Climate Action for the workshop below (and please pass along to friends and students who might be interested)–timely in relation to the Rally for the Planet. We welcome youth as well as adults! Lily Jacobson lily@350vt.org 831.236.6247 http://350vermont.org/   What Kind of Changemaker Are You? Sunday, March 25, 6 […]

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VT Interfaith Power & Light newsletter – March 2018

COURTESY OF VERMONT INTERFAITH POWER AND LIGHT Green Mountains, Blue Water Earth Care News March 2018 In this newsletter: VTIPL Annual Conference: October 13, 2018 — Save the Date! Faith Climate Action Week: April 14 – 22, 2018 Moving Toward Zero Energy — Workshop Series Begins Mar. 7 Merchants of Doubt Documentary Film Showing, Mar. 8, Jericho George Lakey, Viking Economics’ Author, Speaks […]

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Vermont Research News: Winter Olympics, Skiing, Road Safety and more…

courtesy of vermont research news Vermont Research News: Winter Olympics, road safety, skiing and more… View this email in your browser Vermont Research News: Winter Olympics, skiing, road safety and more… February 7, 2018 TOP MEDAL STATE Vermont sends more athletes per capita to the winter games than any state in the U.S. And the […]

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VT Interfaith Power & Light newsletter – February 2018

COURTESY OF VERMONT INTERFAITH POWER & LIGHT Green Mountains, Blue Water Earth Care News February 2018 In this newsletter: VTIPL Annual Conference – Ideas Invited Faith Climate Action Week: April 14 – 22, 2018 and Sermon Challenge Vermont Clean Water Day: Thursday, Feb. 22, 10 am – 4 pm, Montpelier Our Watershed in Winter: Where the Sacred and […]

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Climate Solutions for Future Pow Days – Feb 8th at Burton Headquarters

Thursday, February 8th, 5:39-7:30pm at Burton Headquarters, 152 Industrial Parkway, Burlington Join POW and friends for a happy hour and panel, featuring: Donna Carpenter, CEO, Burton Snowboards Chris Miller, Activism Manager, Ben & Jerry’s Tom Hughes, Campaign Manager, Energy Independent Vermont Mario Molina, Executive Director, Protect Our Winters Louise Lintilhac, Professional Skier and Editor, Backcountry Magazine One […]

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