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Rising Tide Vermont and allies respond to Vermont Gas allegations

Monkton — Members of Rising Tide Vermont, 350-Vermont and Addison county residents stood together today and denounced the attempt by Vermont Gas to criminalize activists involved in nonviolent protest against the fracked gas pipeline. George Klohck, a retired Methodist minister from Middlebury, and Jane Palmer, a landowner in Monkton whose farm is under threat by […]

Sustainability Salon with Tim DeChristopher and Terry Tempest Williams

Sunday, May 18, 2014 3:00 – 5:00 PM One Wheelock – Basement of Collis Dartmouth College, Hannover, NH

Tim DeChristopher, known as “Bidder 70” for bidding up illegal oil and gas leases in Utah and then, being arrested and sentenced to two years in a federal prison which he served — is coming to Dartmouth! […]

ALERT – CONTACT YOUR SENATOR TODAY

TO VOTE NO on SOLAR SETBACK BILL!

Dear Renewable Energy Supporter,

Please take 3 minutes to ensure Vermont stays open for solar business.

Three easy steps

If you don’t know your Senator, look the info up here: http://www.leg.state.vt.us/legdir/findMyMember.cfm Call 828-2228 and leave a message at the State House OR E-mail your Senator by using the […]

BEFORE 2013 ENDS:

Support American Windpower!

The renewable energy production tax credit (PTC) is still set to expire at the end of this year.

Why? It is partly that windpower threatens the fossil fuel industry and people with ties to it who support it. In order to protect their financial interests, they are willing to spread untruths about […]

Petitioning The U.S. Senate:

Congress: Don’t let the dirty energy industry kill vital wind power incentives

By Senator Rob Hogg, with Climate Parents Portland, Oregon

Sign The Petition

Unless we act now, vital funding for clean wind power could disappear on December 31. The Koch brothers and dirty energy companies have been lobbying our elected officials to kill […]

Tell the Vermont State Legislature: Stop investing in fossil fuels.

Vermonters are already paying for climate change. We’re paying recovery funds to repair the state from Irene’s destruction, losing revenue when Lake Champlain floods or when the ski season shrinks, and suffering impacts to farmers and the agricultural industry. Meanwhile, many of Vermont’s retirement funds are invested in fossil fuel companies that are making the […]

Advocacy Writer Will Potter to Speak Nov. 7 at AUNE

Public is welcome to this free event

(Keene, NH), October 31, 2013– Environmental advocacy writer Will Potter, author of Green Is The New Red: An Insider’s Account of a Social Movement Under Siege, will speak at Antioch University New England, Thursday, November 7. The talk, which will take place from 5 to 7 p.m. in […]

Investors ask fossil fuel companies to assess how business plans fare in low-carbon future

Coalition of 70 investors worth $3 trillion call on world’s largest oil & gas, coal and electric power companies to assess risks under climate action and ‘business as usual’ scenarios

BOSTON, MA Oct 24, 2013

A group of 70 global investors managing more than $3 trillion of collective assets today launched the first-ever coordinated effort […]

New Economy Night slated for Sunday, October 13th in Enosburg

Lower taxes, better maintained roads and bridges, and a new source of revenue for the Vermont State budget will be the focus at the New Economy Night on Sunday, October 13th in Enosburg. The presentations and subsequent discussion will focus on how a Vermont State Bank can make these things possible. The event will take […]

Action Alert: October 5 Proclaimed Official Day of Energy Action

Dear Members, Activists, and Friends,

We want to remind you of a big opportunity coming up: Button Up Vermont Day is October 5 and it’s all about taking action on home energy efficiency with your family, friends and neighbors. Sealing up and insulating homes and buildings makes them cheaper to heat and much more comfortable. […]