Poor Bill Nye. He thinks somehow most people are as religious about climate change as he is, and will keep their naively unscientific beliefs into their old age. Instead, skeptics are not dying out at all — there is a never ending source of skeptics, as young gullible believers grow up to be old and wise.
It now appears the sun is heading for a rare, super-chill period that threatens to add some unexpected drama to today’s climate change discussion.
The real battle for the soul of Vermont is over the extent to which the people in control of state government will force their idea of community on people who rarely have much in common.
“Twin State Reception on the Lake” fundraiser to be held at the Echo Center for Lake Champlain.
Another Vermont town gets an expensive solar bill, consumers may be the ones to drive CO2 reduction through electric vehicles, and Burlington Emergency Shelter founder Jon Svitavsky is set to challenge Bernie Sanders for U.S. Senate.
It’s the lowest global temperature anomaly in last two years, since July 2015.
A reading of Frederick Douglass’ famous speech “What to the Slave Is the Fourth of July?” will be held July 5 in the Dorothy Ailing Memorial Library in Williston.
This week’s Statehouse Headliners lists crime and prison-related legislation in Vermont. It also looks at Vermont CO2 emissions and a letter to Bernie Sanders concerning freedom of religion.
Free Staters were seen as open, willing to engage others on the issues that matter most to them, and able to find common ground where possible to make a better life for everyone.