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Waterbury, VT EV Fest on Wednesday

Come check out Waterbury LEAP’s first Electric Vehicle Fest Wednesday September 26th between 5:30pm – 7:730pm.

Vermont Attorney General T.J. Donovan Challenges Federal Exemptions of Mercury Products

In a petition to the Second Circuit Court of Appeals, Attorney General T.J. Donovan, challenged a decision by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to exempt several large categories of mercury products from inventory reporting. Mercury exposures at high levels can harm the brain, heart, kidneys, lungs and immune systems of people of all […]

Scholarships available for Green School Energy Challenge

Ready to take action on climate and energy with your class? Sign up for Green School Energy Challenge

Vermont Energy Education Program (VEEP) moved the kick-off date for Green School Energy Challenge 2018/19 to October 25, so there’s still time for you to join this year’s cohort and lead your class in saving energy and […]

Vermont Citizen and Organizations Recognized by EPA for Environmental Achievements

BOSTON – One individual and two organizations in Vermont were recognized today at the 2018 Environmental Merit Awards ceremony of the US Environmental Protection Agency’s New England regional office. These environmental leaders were among 28 recipients across New England honored for their work to protect New England’s environment.

Dr. William Howland of Isle la […]

Webinar: How’s VT’s Pace on Renewable Energy?

Join REV on Monday, September 24th at 2:00 PM as we dive into the latest analysis on Vermont’s challenges and progress to meet its renewable energy and climate committments. Click here to Register!

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Who: Olivia Campbell Andersen, Executive Director of Renewable Energy Vermont and Sarah Wolfe, Network Director at the Energy […]

September 8th is “Rise for Climate” Day of Action Across VT

This Saturday, September 8th, join VT Natural Resources Council (VNRC) and organizers from 350VT as we celebrate a global day of action calling for more aggressive steps to break free from fossil fuels.

September 5th, 2018 | Tags: , , | Category: Climate Change, Events, Vermont | Leave a comment

New York City Couple Wins GMP Rutland Innovation Home

GMP Announces Remaining Top Ten Finalists Qualify For $10,000 Incentive to Move to Rutland

A New York City couple won the prize of a lifetime – a brand new, fossil-fuel-free, 1,500 square-foot home packed with the latest in smart energy technology including heat pumps, solar panels, Level 2 electric vehicle charger and Tesla […]

FREE Tesla Powerwalls for 100 GMP Low-income Families with Health Concerns

Green Mountain Power is offering Tesla Powerwall 2.0 batteries to 100 eligible customers, free of charge. A $150,000 grant from the Vermont Low Income Trust for Electricity (VLITE) will pay for the cutting-edge technology and installation in the homes of low income customers with significant need for backup power reliability due to health and […]

As Vermont’s Greenhouse Gas Emissions Continue to Rise, Action on Climate is More Important than Ever

Ian Hitchcock

Things are heating up in Vermont and around the world. This summer, Burlington experienced both the three hottest consecutive days on record, as well as the warmest night ever recorded, with temperatures never dropping below 80 degrees.

Vermont joined a politically bipartisan coalition of states committed to adhering to the Paris […]

Movie event 8/23: Reinventing Power