Starting this summer, the Better Future Project will be expanding work nationally and helping to coordinate the national student fossil fuel divestment movement!
If you or someone you know would be a good fit to join the growing team as a Campus Organizer, Better Future Projects is now hiring! Click here to see job […]
On April 10, we’re rising up — and we need you with us.
With just seven months until the election in November, we need your help to register the next generation of voters. That’s why our organizers are planning over 200 events in key states across the country for our #YouthVote Day of Action.
The deadline is March 31 for residents in 11 Vermont and New Hampshire towns to sign up to participate in Weatherize Upper Valley. The Vital Communities program encourages homeowners to invest in energy efficiency projects by offering free or discounted home energy assessments and chances to win cash prizes.
Residents in Orford, Piermont, Lyme, Lebanon, […]
Vermonters want us to do our part to combat climate change – but our current solar program has Vermont taking a big step in the wrong direction. In January 2017, the Public Utilities Commission changed the statewide solar program (net metering). Under the first year of the program the amount of solar permitted dropped […]
Please be aware that the deadline for submitting comments on DOE’s Request for Information concerning the “Process Rule” was, March 2, 2018. However, in light of the emergency closure of Federal offices today in the Washington, D.C. area, and the likely effect today’s weather conditions are having on others, DOE will accept comments submitted […]
From Beta Coronel of 350.org
Last month, we won a huge victory when New York City and State committed to divesting their pension funds from fossil fuels. Not only that, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio launched a lawsuit against the top fossil fuel companies for the damage climate change has caused the people […]
Six years ago, Vermont became the first state in the nation to ban fracking for fossil fuels. I was proud to help lead the fight for that fracking ban and it’s been great to see other states follow suit in the years since.1
Now we’re taking on the fossil fuel industry again. And this […]
On Monday (January 22, 2018) a panel discussion on Vermont’s energy future will be happening at the Chelsea School Library (6 School Street, Chelsea) at 7:00 PM. Sponsored by some town energy committees, it is open to residents of Orange County and neighboring towns.
Representatives Bob Frenier and Rodney Graham, and Senator Mark MacDonald have […]
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