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The Local Economy Solution

John McClaughry Fifteen years ago WalMart and Home Depot rolled into the Rutland-sized town of Midland, Ontario. A twenty year old man who had built […]

Germany’s Green Energy Transition May Be Running Out Of Money, Study Warns

1) Germany’s Green Energy Transition May Be Running Out Of Money, Study Warns – Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 23 June 2015 Germany’s green energy transition has cost more […]

Green Mountain Patriots Monthly Meeting

Green Mountain Patriots Monthly Meeting: Saturday, April 4 at 9:00am – VFW Post 6689 Essex Jct Map & Directions  » Green Mountain Patriots is a peaceful, grassroots, non-partisan group. We envision a […]

Vermont’s pursuit of all-payer waiver sparks health care rationing debate

By Emma Lamberton | Vermont Watchdog With the Green Mountain Care Board seeking to transition Vermont into an all-payer health care system by 2017, one […]

VT-NEA Lays Out Expectations for Single Payer Advocacy (VIDEO)

by Rob Roper Joel Cook, the executive director for the Vermont National Education Association (VT-NEA) testified before the House Committee on Healthcare, laying out what […]

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The Local Economy Solution

John McClaughry Fifteen years ago WalMart and Home Depot rolled into the Rutland-sized town of Midland, Ontario. A twenty year old man who had built the web site for his parent’s paint store decided to help locally owned businesses compete with … Read Full Article...

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GWPF Calls On Government To Speed Up Shale Development

Government should consider treating shale gas fields as Nationally Significant Infrastructure Projects The Global Warming Policy Forum (GWPF) is today calling on the Government to examine ways of speeding up shale gas exploration in the UK, following on from Lancashire County Council’s decision to reject Cuadrilla’s application for exploratory drilling at the Preston New Road site […]

US Lawmakers Vote To Block Obama’s Climate Policy

1) US Lawmakers Vote To Block Obama’s Climate Policy – The Hill, 25 June 2015 The House of Representatives voted Wednesday to delay the Environmental Protection Agency’s climate rule for power plants and let state governors opt out of complying. The bill, passed 247-180, is a major blow to the main pillar of President Obama’s effort to […]