Category Archives: Energy

You’re invited! Historic Buildings’ Path to Net Zero Energy – Nov. 17

You’re invited!Historic Buildings’ Pathto Net Zero EnergyWednesday, November 17 from 12:00 to 1:00pmPlease join the Burlington 2030 District and co-sponsorsBurlington Electric Department and Burlington’s Certified Local Government Program for this special lunch time webinar event. Click here for more details + to register! Join the Burlington 2030 District and co-sponsors Burlington Electric Department and Burlington’s Certified Local Government Program […]

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Vermont Research News

Amphibian road kill New research from Maine shows a sharp decrease in amphibian deaths due to decreased traffic last spring. Fewer cars meant fewer frogs, salamanders and other wildlife killed by vehicles. The coordinator of Vermont’s Reptile and Amphibian Atlas observed a similar decline in the state. In May 2020 there were 40% fewer vehicles on Vermont’s roads on some key […]

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VTIPL October 2021 News – Faith & Science Leaders Issue Climate Statement pre-COP26

Green Mountains, Blue Water Earth Care News – October 2021 Photo courtesy Donna C. Roberts Global Faith Leaders & Scientists Issue Climate Statement before COP26Vermont Climate Council Presentations, Letter, Webinar RecordingCan Public Transit Move to Meet Vermont’s Emissions Deadline?Weatherization Wednesdays in OctoberVTIPL Welcomes Applications for Energy Grants from ChurchesVTIPL at STOP Line 3 March & […]

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October E-News from VNRC

October E-Newsletter from VNRC October is shaping up to be a busy month! See below for the latest news and upcoming events. There’s still time to raise your voice in support of a strong and equitable Climate Action Plan: RSVP here for the Vermont Climate Council’s public engagement zoom sessions today and tomorrow, and review VNRC’s priorities for […]

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Invitation: Oct 18-19 – Innovations in Climate Action

OCTOBER 18-19 | INNOVATIONS IN CLIMATE ACTION Join us for Part One of REV’s two-part virtual conference! Policy experts, planners, entrepreneurs, and advocates invite you to explore the strategies and approaches we need to preserve a livable planet. You’re sure to leave inspired!  Click here to register for REV2021! Keynote SpeakerDr. Saul GriffithCo-Founder & Chief Scientist […]

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Invite – LEED Training Special – Burlington – Fall Online Webinars

Back by popular demand, I will be continuing to host LEED webinars to help prepare your students for the sustainable demands of their future careers. I hope to return to Burlington in 2022 to hold in person sustainable LEED workshops and I really appreciate your support in the past by letting students and staff know about […]

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Help Make Burlington Window Dressers and Save Energy

Here is a great opportunity from Burlington Window Dressers, message below:  We are working with this organization to help bring window inserts to our community in Burlington. Testing has shown that interior inserts like this are among the most effective window treatments and can cut heating bills by nearly 10%. In many cases renters pay […]

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Climate + Social Justice in the Built Environment on 9/22

You’re invited! Wednesday, September 22 from 12:00 to 1:00pmPlease join the Vermont Green Building Network (VGBN) for this speciallunch time webinar event Photo courtesy of Carolyn Bates PhotographyClick here for more details + to register!This educational event hosted by Vermont Green Building Network will feature inspiring speakers that will bring to light the intersection of climate […]

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REV2021: Save the Date! Oct 18, 19, 26

Save the Date!                                 We invite you to join REV online October 18, 19 and 26 for in-depth conversations about what it will take to grow our clean energy economy and advance renewable energy through policy innovation, increased equity, and strategic electrification. Registration opening […]

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Alive in the Forest, Spring 2021

In this issue: Our 2020 Annual Report, Wildland Forestry and Vermont’s Current Use Program, restoring the West Barn, Forest Friend signs, Game of Logging Level 2, burning trees for electricity, and more. Hot off the e-press: Our 2020 Annual Report Take a look at what Vermont Family Forests was up to last year, in words and […]

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