BENNINGTON, VT – Four local groups are collaborating to bring folk music icon Holly Near to Bennington. Climate Advocates Bennington-350VT, Bennington College, Queer Connect, and the Vermont Arts Exchange have come together to sponsor the concert, being held on March 21st, 2020, at 7pm in Bennington College’s Greenwall Auditorium.
This Night with […]
Join us at Goddard College to reflect on the past, heal our hearts, launch new campaigns, and unite to build our power through statewide connection!
Workshops – 2:00 – 5:00 pm We are offering two, three hour workshops for registrants; 1) Deepening our Nonviolent Resistance, a special training by Linda Capato and Sam Corbin. 2) […]
With the start of the 2016 Legislative Session only two months away, momentum is building for Vermont to support decisive climate policy. Energy Independent Vermont is helping to build a foundation for a Carbon Pollution Tax that will help turn this proposed bill into a significant step to decrease Vermont’s carbon production, while helping Vermonters […]
Migrant Justice and Vermont Workers’ Center Members to Participate in the 1st Annual Vermont Human Rights World Cup/Copa Mundial
What: Vermont Human Rights World Cup (Copa Mundial), a competitive soccer tournament between members of Migrant Justice, the Vermont Workers’ Center, and other community members
When: Saturday, July 26. World Cup Final […]
Saturday, Jan 25th at 6pm at Catamount Arts, St. Johnsbury
The Tar Sands Exposed: Exploring the Human and Environmental Costs speaking tour will feature National Geographic Photographer Garth Lenz, and First Nations Activist Crystal Lameman, who are traveling throughout New England to share their powerful stories.
And if there is space: Lenz has been focusing […]
Our team is an inclusive and collaborative group that is committed to principles of justice. We welcome new perspectives, innovative ideas and different ways of working. Successful candidates will be self-starters, creative thinkers, effective team players, tech-savvy and articulate writers and speakers. 350Vermont is a dynamic, young, hardworking organization, and these positions […]
350 New England is organizing
1/26 Tar Sands Free Northeast Actions
ExxonMobil is gearing up to move dirty tar sands oil east through Ontario and Quebec into New England to reach a shipping port in Portland, Maine. But the people of eastern Canada and New England have their own plan and are are forming a […]
An Article from Green Energy Times: November 5, 2012
350Vermont, contact firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook events:
THE GREEN MOUNTAIN GLOBAL FORUM AND 350 VERMONT PRESENT A FREE FILM SCREENING AND SUBSEQUENT PANEL DISCUSSION ABOUT THE ENVIRONMENTAL RISKS AND HUMAN HEALTH HAZARDS OF TAR SANDS OIL
WAITSFIELD, VT— Canadian pipeline company […]
Joining forces with our New England neighbors
We know that climate change must come off the political back burner and become a national priority. It is past time to begin radical reductions in carbon emissions. Our elected leaders are failing us. We must build a people’s movement more powerful than the moneyed […]