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Job Creation for Millions Under the Green New Deal

Millions of green jobs will be created under the Green New Deal. Image from Green for All.

Roger H. Bezdek

The Green New Deal (GND) refers to proposals designed to address climate change, economic inequality, and other issues. The name derives from the New Deal, and the concept of the GND combines President […]

The Global Economy Crumbles

Alan Betts

Image: endalltyranny.wordpress.com

The collapse of the global capitalist economy in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic has valuable lessons for us. Capitalism searches for places, people and resources that can be exploited to maximize profit and minimize costs. Capitalism has no moral guiding principles, it simply demands growth and profits, with no […]

COVID-Safe and Sustainable Summer Activities: Good for You and the Environment

The 146.16-kW solar system (shown in the background) at Laurel Lanes is a net-zero project that wipes out their entire electric utility bill. Photo: Joseph Videtta.

N.R. Mallery

“Social distancing” is actually quite easy while we’re outdoors, but we should not let our guards down. COVID-19 is still here, still active and […]

We Can Reach ‘Drawdown’ by Mid-2040’s

A new report – The Drawdown Review – provides the most in-depth assessment of climate solutions and their potential to reduce greenhouse gasses and build a climate-safe future

All Images: Project Drawdown.

San Francisco (March 3, 2020) – A new report from the world’s leading resource on climate solutions demonstrates […]

Is COVID-19 a Precursor to Climate Change?

The new coronavirus molecule. Image: Wikipedia

Jessie Haas

As Earth Day approaches it’s clearer than ever: We’re all in this together.

That’s always been true on the only living planet we know for sure exists, but COVID-19 has taught us to see it and say it. Who is important now? Everyone, but the […]

Time to Go Fishin’

Fishing in a stream in Vermont. Tim McCabe, USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service.

George Harvey

We have over ninety species of fish in the Northeast, and many of them are abundant, fun to catch, and tasty. With climate change and pollution, we have some cautionary notes, but the opportunities abound for sport fishing all […]

Sweet Solar at Sidelands Sugarbush

Sidelands Sugarbush solar array. Photo courtesy of Southern Vermont Solar.

George Harvey

Dan Crocker is the owner of Sidelands Sugarbush, a maple sugar business in Putney, Vermont. Recently, the business had a fairly sizable solar array installed by Southern Vermont Solar (SVS). The story behind this goes a fair distance […]

2020 Super Bowl at Hard Rock Stadium

Image: ClickOrlando.com

Greg Whitchurch

This year’s Super Bowl will be held at Hard Rock Stadium, Miami, Florida. But due to rising sea levels over the next 50 to 75 years, that stadium might eventually only be available for water sports (bit.do/stadiums-sea-level).

Ironically, part of the reason for this is due to the nature of […]

It’s Tax Time! Cash In On Your Credits for Solar!

Chaz Blackmore

Our tax code provides many potential tax benefits for investments in renewable energy systems, whether you are investing for the first time or expanding an existing system. If you can overcome the many hurdles imposed by our tax laws and utilize the tax benefits, the rates of […]

Green Gifts for the Holidays

Gift ideas: ecofreenlove.com.

Jessie Haas

One of the ways to trim your carbon footprint is to buy less—but is that any fun during the holidays? This isn’t Lent! Can’t we say ‘I love you to the moon and back’ while still loving the planet?

Well, sure, and here are a […]