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Call to Ban Hazardous Rail Shipments of Shale Oil

Community leaders and advocates call on the Secretary of Transportation to ban use of hazardous rail cars to ship explosive crude oil

The fireball that followed the derailment and explosion of two trains, one carrying Bakken crude oil, on December 30, 2013, outside Casselton, ND. – U.S. Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration


Victory in Highest NYS court!

Hello Vermont,

Our state has made history! Please read our local newspaper’s coverage of the event and statements made by locals that played a roll in this history making court ruling. It will give you a little insight to the many different players in this fight and why we have fought so hard and long […]

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 […]

URGENT: The Senate Could Approve Keystone Today

Later today, the Senate’s Republican caucus (and a few Big Oil-intimidated Democrats) will try to bypass President Obama and force a vote on the Keystone XL pipeline – and Colorado Senator Michael Bennet could be the deciding factor.

Send a tweet to Senator Bennet and tell him to vote NO on #KeystoneXL.


The April 2014 Edition of Green Energy Times is now Available Online

You can now view the full version of our current issue of Green Energy Times from the ‘Current & Past Issues’ Quick Link here in the left side of this page.

There is a lot of exciting information in this issue, like where to find Solar Installers in your area, Green Builders, Building Efficiency and […]

Declining Natural Gas Supplies

By George Harvey

Gas in Storage.The blue line show supplies in recent months. The green line shows average supplies over the past five years. The gray area shows the minimum and maximum over a five year period. Source: Energy Information Administration

As many consumers might tell you, the price of natural gas is […]

Tar Sands Exposed – Event in St. Johnsbury

Saturday, Jan 25th at 6pm at Catamount Arts, St. Johnsbury

The Tar Sands Exposed: Exploring the Human and Environmental Costs speaking tour will feature National Geographic Photographer Garth Lenz, and First Nations Activist Crystal Lameman, who are traveling throughout New England to share their powerful stories.

And if there is space: Lenz has been focusing […]

Oil and Gas Price Forecast for 2014

Reposted from SmartPlanet:

Whither the world of energy prices during the next 12 months? Energy analyst Chris Nelder grades his 2013 oil and gas price forecast, and gazes into the crystal ball for his 2014 predictions.

It’s the end of the year, and that means it’s time to review my oil and gas price forecast […]


PAY ATTENTION! This November was the 345th consecutive month with worldwide above-average temperatures, and set a record as the warmest November. This is according to the US government’s National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. DO YOU SUPPOSE THAT MEANS SOMETHING?

You can read about it in the Huffington Post.

Opposition to renewable power is being financed […]

Fracking IS Fracking


Fracking or hydraulic fracturing is a method of freeing oil and gas from the tight grip of some deep wells by fracturing whole rock formations. It has been associated with a number of problems, including destruction of aquifers that bring water to wells and springs, destroying the quality of many of the wells and […]