The seventh annual Municipal Day workshop is touring the state to encourage employees at various levels of government to work together and use more efficient tactics — and to think about climate change.
Vermonters looking to get a better understanding of how their businesses can handle complex political, economic and sociological trends got their chance at a workshop held last week at the Delta Hotel.
The 51-acre Coventry landfill has long been a focus of environmental activists for alleged leakage of dangerous materials, but now the landfill’s management is responding to those criticisms, and reminding the public that the company plays a critical role in maintaining a clean environment in Vermont.
For Michael Mann, director of the Earth System Science Center at Penn State University, there is no legitimate debate to be had that the earth is facing imminent peril from man-made global warming. Anyone who dares question that orthodoxy is a climate science “denier.”
Gov. Phil Scott and other state leaders made a stop at Anderson Equipment on Wednesday to discuss a program aimed at increasing safety and lowering workers’ compensation rates for the logging industry.
A new study by Dartmouth College predicts that the region’s sugar maple tapping season is going to shift for the rest of the century due to the effects of climate change.
The chair of the Vermont Republican Party says party leadership will stand by and let Vermonters choose whether to support a primary challenger against Gov. Phil Scott for the 2020 gubernatorial election.
After two decades of helping Vermonters decrease their electricity use, Efficiency Vermont could soon be using ratepayer funds to push greater electrification of transportation and heating.
A bill assigned to the Senate Committee on Natural Resources and Energy seeks to make green energy and lifestyle adaption no longer a feel-good policy recommendation but rather a mandate that would see state enforcement of green requirements.
Attorney General TJ Donovan announced that Vermont is joining at least 18 other states in suing the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the National Marine Fisheries Service over the loosening of regulations concerning the Endangered Species Act.
As climate change-related protests continue to take place with increasing regularity, law enforcement officials find themselves struggling over how best to maintain order and traffic flow amid mass disruptions.