Urge The Senate Natural Resources Committee To Move On The Only Current Bill That Will Fund Immediate Action On Climate Change S. 311 – The Green New Deal Last week, Washington County Senator, Anthony Pollina introduced S. 311 – The Green New Deal to the Senate’s Natural Resources Committee. On passage, this bill will […]
Global warming represents one of the single greatest threats to Vermont’s communities, ecosystems, and our shared way of life. In the face of this growing crisis, Vermont’s Climate Solutions Caucus is championing legislation to ensure that Vermont remains resilient and financially secure.
The Global Warming Solutions Act will turn our Climate goals into binding requirements […]
Wednesday, March 4 at 7 pm at the Spectrum Theater in Albany CASE is partnering with SunCommon to present this Film Festival. Proceeds from the film will be given to CASE. The mission of the Climate Action Film Festival is to bring together stories and filmmakers from around the globe to address the climate crisis. […]
The Plymouth area climate emergency strike will be held on the Plymouth Town Common, Friday, September 20 from 12-3pm. Come one, Come all!
What are you doing Friday, September 20 from 12 to 3pm? How about helping to save the planet? A new local citizens group is inviting everyone in the community to take […]
Vital Communities and Upper Valley Adaptation Workgroup Invite Applicants for New Climate Change Leadership Academy
Vital Communities and the Upper Valley Adaptation Workgroup invite community members to apply for the first ever Upper Valley Climate Change Leadership Academy. The six Academy meetings between October 2019 and April 2020 will include expert presentations, […]
by James Hanson, July 10, 2019
North of the border, there is bad news and good news. Canada’s fossil fuel CO2 emissions remain stubbornly high, despite decreased coal use. Emissions in 2018 were 7% greater than in 1997, the year of the Kyoto Protocol. I don’t even want to look up what Canada promised – […]
Please join in on the George Link Jr. Environmental Awareness Lecture on April 3rd! This is the second lecture in the series focused on Indigenous Environmental Studies and Science.
Kyle Whyte, Timnick Chair in the Humanities and Professor in the departments of Philosophy and Community Sustainability at Michigan State University
Is Time Running Out to […]
Vermont’s professional a cappella group Counterpoint will perform in Manchester on April 25 with students from BBA and Maple Street school.
Students from Burr and Burton Academy and Maple Street School will join the professional a cappella group Counterpoint to perform the world premiere of Six Degrees on Thursday April 25, 6:00 pm, at […]
SAVE the DATE DECEMBER 3-4, 2018 • 24HOURSOFREALITY.ORG
We couldn’t wait to share the good news: 24 Hours of Reality is back!
Once again, we’ll travel across the Earth for 24 hours to learn more about how fossil fuels and climate change are creating unique health risks that threaten the wellness of families and […]
from Blue Mass Group
Charlie Baker didn’t run for governor on a platform of consumer protection or climate action. But now that he thinks climate change is real and man-made, he talks a lot about his administration’s work on clean energy and climate change, even as his messaging to his base, and his reelection campaign, […]