Category Archives: Climate

February 2019 E-News: Updates from VNRC

February 2019 E-News Catch up below with VNRC’s latest news, and learn about opportunities to help us protect Vermont’s environment and communities. We hope to see you at Vermont Conservation Voters’ Environmental Common Agenda Reception at the State House this afternoon! HIGHLIGHTS Environmental Common Agenda Reception — TODAY at 3-5pm, VCV will release its 2019 Environmental Common Agenda of legislative priorities in the […]

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Carbon pricing, cell coverage, climate change and more…

Vermont Research News: Carbon, cell coverage, climate change and more… View on VT Digger View this email in your browser Carbon pricing report A recent report by Resources for the Future for the Vermont Legislature found that Vermont will not meet its greenhouse gas emissions goals if the state continues down its current path. Instead, the report examine a combination […]

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VT Interfaith Power & Light newsletter – January 2019

Green Mountains, Blue Water Earth Care News January 2019 In this newsletter: Congregational Watershed Manual – Available Soon! Opening Day People Power Lobby – January 9, State House Climate Action Plan for 2019 Transportation & Climate Initiative to Design Low-Carbon Policy 15-Year-Old Greta Thunberg’s Address at Climate Change Conference Talking with Evangelicals About Climate Change Reminder: […]

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VT Interfaith Power & Light newsletter – December 2018

Green Mountains, Blue Water Earth Care News December 2018 In this newsletter: Support VTIPL – Please Donate! Save the Date! Faith Climate Action Week: April 5 -14 Vermont Representative Peter Welch Signs onto Green New Deal 2019 Climate Economy Model Communities Program – Apply Now Urgent Call for Vermont Leadership on Climate Change VT Revenue-Neutral […]

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Sen. Sanders Climate Change Facebook Live Town Hall – Dec 3rd at 7pm ET Inbox x

Hi Friends, We are excited to share with you the news that Sen. Sanders recently announced. On Dec. 3rd at 7 p.m. ET, Sen. Sanders will be hosting a Facebook Live town hall on climate change. He will be joined by Bill McKibben, Shailene Woodley, Van Jones, Dr. Brenda Ekwurzel, Xiuhtezcatl Martinez, Georgetown, TX Mayor Dale Ross, and others […]

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EcoCultureLab forum: Leading Burlington into a “Feverish World” (Friday 3:30 pm)

Dear Feverish World participants and supporters, EcoCultureLab associates, BASTA-ites, and other friends: EcoCultureLab will be hosting a forum and mini search conference this Friday, entitled “How Can Burlington Respond Creatively to Climate Change?“ The event will be held between 3:30 to 6:45 pm at John Dewey Lounge in UVM’s Old Mill Building. (There will be a break for food, provided, at […]

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Fourth National Climate Assessment: Northeast Chapter

What do you know about how climate change is affecting and will affect the Northeast? Here are excerpts from Northeast Chapter of the Fourth National Climate Assessment report, written by a team led by UVM’s Dr. Lesley-Ann Dupigny-Giroux, who is Vermont’s State Climatologist: “The seasonality of the Northeast is central to the region’s sense of place and […]

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Ready for 100% Energy-transition Conversation 2018/11 updates

We’ve made some adjustments to our November 26 meeting about plans to develop a roadmap for taking Burlington to net zero energy and opportunities for community engagement in the roadmapping. Darren Springer has been asked to appear at the City Council meeting that evening. Jen Green, Burlington’s sustainability officer, will join us, instead. Here are […]

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