We hope you can join REV next Tuesday, March 31 @ 12:30 pm for a conversation with GMP about energy and climate resilience.
Brian Otley, Senior Vice President & Chief Operating Officer, GMP Josh Castonguay, Vice President, Chief Innovation Officer, GMP Olivia Campbell Andersen, Executive Director, REV
GMP recently filed […]
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: […]
This commentary is by Jock Gill, of Peacham, an internet communications consultant who served in President Bill Clinton’s Office of Media Affairs. He is town energy coordinator in Peacham.
Vermont, and the developed world in general, has failed to come to grips with the fact that, even if we could reach zero emissions in […]
ALL COME! PEOPLE’S STATE OF THE STATE RALLY AND PAN-DEMONIUM! TOMORROW, JANUARY 9TH AT NOON Before the Governor’s State of the State Address Extinction Rebellion Vermont and a coalition of climate justice partners from around the state will rally outside the State House in Montpelier with our voices and our noisemakers to demand that […]
Let Governor Cuomo and the Public Service Commission Know We Expect them to Serve the Public’s Interest and Protect the Planet PSC Meeting, Thursday, January 16th
As the climate emergency heats up worldwide, the NYS Public Service Commission will decide whether to approve the Joint Proposal for the Con Ed rate case. […]
Climate Activists to Stage Rally and Die-in at Cuomo’s State of the State Address. Climate activists from the Hudson Valley and the Capital District will hold a die-in in the War Room of the State Capitol at noon. The groups are urging Governor Cuomo to declare a Climate Emergency, starting with a halt to […]
by John Gage, Citizens’ Climate Lobby New Hampshire state coordinator
The cheapest and quickest way to reduce climate pollution is to put a price on it and let efficient market forces unleash the investment, innovation, and transition to clean energy solutions required. We can protect household budgets during the process, and protect US […]