Sponsored by Senators Feltes, Fuller Clark, Hennessey, and Cavanaugh from Catherine M. Corkery, NH Chapter Chair of New Hampshire Sierra Club email@example.com, c – 603-491-1929, o – 603-224-8222
AN ACT relative to financial assistance for biomass and forest product workers.
This bill authorizes the Department of Employment Security to use up to $250,000 […]
Join REV this Monday, March 2nd at 12:30 PM for an important update on climate action and renewable energy legislation currently under debate at the Statehouse–including S.267, which will create a 100% Renewable Energy Standard with doubled local renewable energy requirements.
Who: Olivia Campbell Andersen, Executive Director of Renewable Energy Vermont What: […]
We need your quick help to propel climate solutions and lower energy costs in Vermont.
Click here and in less than one minute, you can send a free postcard to your legislators and the Governor sharing your support for local renewable energy and resiliency in Vermont and urging them to take meaningful local […]
Urge The Senate Natural Resources Committee To Move On The Only Current Bill That Will Fund Immediate Action On Climate Change S. 311 – The Green New Deal Last week, Washington County Senator, Anthony Pollina introduced S. 311 – The Green New Deal to the Senate’s Natural Resources Committee. On passage, this bill will […]
This commentary is by Jenn Swain, the Global Senior Sustainability Manager at Burton, and Jen Kimmich, co-founder and CEO of the Alchemist Brewery
About TCI: Why it’s good for business, the environment & equity
In December, a bipartisan group from twelve Northeast and Mid-Atlantic states that make up the Transportation & Climate Initiative (TCI) released […]
Global warming represents one of the single greatest threats to Vermont’s communities, ecosystems, and our shared way of life. In the face of this growing crisis, Vermont’s Climate Solutions Caucus is championing legislation to ensure that Vermont remains resilient and financially secure.
The Global Warming Solutions Act will turn our Climate goals into binding requirements […]
Renewable Energy Standards (RES) require our utility companies to get a certain amount of the energy they generate or sell from renewable sources like wind and solar. In Vermont, our RES requires the state to source 75% of our energy from renewable sources by 2032 and limits local renewable generation to just 10% of the […]
Wednesday, March 4 at 7 pm at the Spectrum Theater in Albany CASE is partnering with SunCommon to present this Film Festival. Proceeds from the film will be given to CASE. The mission of the Climate Action Film Festival is to bring together stories and filmmakers from around the globe to address the climate crisis. […]
WHAT: Attend the NYS Public Service Commission Meeting & observe delivery of the “Stop the Albany Loop Pipeline/E37” Oppositional Organizational Letter to Governor Cuomo and Public Service Commission. WHERE: Empire State Plaza, Albany, Concourse Level Entrance of Agency Building 3 WHEN: Thursday, February 6, 2020 at 10:00 am Followed by: WHAT: Attend the “Stop […]
I am reaching out today to ask you to sign this letter before January 26th to demonstrate your support for a 100% Renewable Energy Standard (S. 267).
Nearly 100 businesses have already signed on and we hope you will, too. Share this email with your supply-chain vendors, contractors, business customers and fellow community business leaders […]