Category Archives: Good Reads, Film Clips, etc.

CATMA Commuter News September 2017

September E-News 2017 (COURTESY OF CATMA) Events, Resources & Updates CATMA Celebrates 25 Years! And we’re giving away gifts In honor of this milestone, CATMA will be recognizing commuters who have been participating in CATMA’s programs in a raffle to win a Kindle Fire and Fit Bits! For extra fun we’ll be selecting folks who like us […]

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Results from the annual Eco-Reps Program Food Waste Audit.

The Eco-Reps were back at it this year with the Annual Food Waste Weigh-In where they tracked the amount of scraps people throw into the compost of the dining hall. The data was collected in the Champlain College dining hall on April 3rd, 4th, and 6th from 5-6 pm during the dinner rush. Prior years […]

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Burlington Mayor’s Book Group

Mayor’s Book Group Dreamland: The True Tale of America’s Opioid Epidemic Free copies of Dreamland,courtesy of the UVM Humanities Center, are available at the Fletcher Free Library. The City of Burlington, the Fletcher Free Library, and the UVM Humanities Center are hosting the Mayor’s Book Group for a discussion about the nation’s opioid crisis and […]

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VNRC’s E-News

E-News February 2017 The assault on clean air, clean water, the climate, and public health being waged by the Trump administration and GOP-led congress continues as Trump lumbers his way into his second month in office. With more actions poised to unleash serious harm to our natural resources and public health, the need for advocacy and activism has never […]

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Peace & Justice Center’s news and events

February 21, 2017 World Beyond War Conference and Symposium for Social Justice Action The Peace & Justice Center is helping coordinate two day-long events in April. SAVE THE DATES!  Symposium for Social Justice Action Groups Saturday, April 8, 9-3:30, Burlington HS Hear about the work that the ACLU, Migrant Justice, Rights and Democracy,Vermont CARES, and […]

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Montpelier 2030, Bike Racks, and Vermont Rail

Sustainable Transportation Vermont     Vermonters Speak Out About Rail Vermonters have strong feelings about passenger rail. A working rail system can reduce truck traffic in historic downtowns, Vermonters told officials at a series of public forums last fall. Rail use can reduce fuel use, contribute to the statewide mission to reduce green-house gas production […]

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