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COP28: Smooth start

COP28: UN Climate Talks Have a Surprisingly Smooth Start reprinted from COP28: UN Climate Talks Have a Surprisingly Smooth Start – Bloomberg Notes from the ground By John Ainger

The COP28 climate summit could have hardly had a better start.

Delegates from nearly 200 countries agreed on details for […]

U.S. energy sector reaches turning point on transmission

Report: U.S. energy sector reaches turning point on transmission

Report from Troutman Pepper law firm identifies alignment of federal planning and state siting and permitting processes as key to solving age-old transmission problem.

FERC reforms and DOE funding opportunities also promise incremental gains.

Market actors call for […]

Join the March to End Fossil Fuels in NYC!

Sun, Sep 17, 2023; 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM (Eastern)

Organized By: Sierra Club

Event Organizers: Miranda Ehrlich: and Shruti Bhatnagar:

Join Sierra Club in New York City from 1-4pm on September 17th to march for an end to fossil fuels. Show President Biden just how much support […]

Inflation Reduction Act Guidebook for Clean Energy and Climate Programs

Biden Administration Releases Inflation Reduction Act Guidebook for Clean Energy and Climate Programs:

White House, December 15, 2022



The White House has released “Building a Clean Energy Economy: A Guidebook to the Inflation Reduction […]

REGISTER TODAY for the 15th Annual VECAN Conference!


Join VECAN virtually for the 15th Annual Vermont Energy and Climate Action Network Conference, starting December 10th. This year’s conference is once again FREE and open to all. REGISTER HERE TODAY!


Recent reports from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change are clear – it’s now or never when it comes to acting […]

Gordon School Hosts United States’ First Beyond COP21 Symposium

140 middle school students from public and independent schools gathered to learn and make pledges to advance the goals of 2016 Paris Climate Agreement

East Providence, RI – October 28, 2022 – The Gordon School, located at 45 Maxfield Avenue in East Providence, RI hosted […]

Vermont Not on Track to Meet 2030 Climate Requirements

A new report from the non-profit Energy Action Network finds that Vermont is not on track to meet its legally mandated emissions reduction requirements under the Global Warming Solutions Act.

“While there is a lot of important information in this comprehensive, 40-page report, a key takeaway is that Vermont is not on track to […]

Vermont’s Opportunity to Ensure Accessible Electric Vehicles – for Consumers and Climate


The following is a joint op-ed from Vermont Natural Resources Council, Vermont Conservation Voters, Vermont Businesses for Social Responsibility, Conservation Law Foundation, Vermont Chapter of the Sierra Club, and Vermont Public Interest Research Group When it comes to getting where we all need to go – which often needs to be by car […]

The Inflation Reduction Act Just Shattered the Ceiling for Clean Energy in Vermont

op-ed by Peter Sterling

Incredibly and finally, the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) has begun the shift to a clean energy America. For the first time ever, the massive resources of the U.S. Government will be mobilized to move our country off of climate change causing fossil fuels and onto renewable energy sources like wind, […]

The Inflation Reduction Act

$369 billion-worth of climate-friendly incentives will spread through the U.S. economy as a result of the Inflation Reduction Act. As the host of the Energy Show — a podcast/radio show going on for 10+ years — I’ve been doing my best to explain these technologies in practical, easy-to-understand terms. You are receiving this […]