California Gov. Jerry Brown said “those who deny” man-made global warming are “definitely contributing” to the deadly, devastating wildfires forcing thousands of residents out of their homes.
In what could be the beginning of an about-face from environmentalists, one high-profile organization is calling for financially struggling nuclear plants to remain open.
President Donald Trump’s interim replacement for out-going Attorney General Jeff Sessions was an instrumental cog in the effort to investigate state attorneys general involved in a climate probe against ExxonMobil.
The Trump administration is rolling back motor vehicle regulations in a way that will likely save lives and money.
More than 90 prominent conservatives signed a letter Wednesday urging President Donald Trump to push forward on major reforms to a California program created decades ago to regulate fuel consumption.
For several years, one old-school Vermont senior has been the tip of the spear in the fight against industrial-scale wind turbines — Sheffield resident Paul Brouha.
The Vermont Office of Attorney General attempted to sue to keep aspects of the fundraiser secret, the report notes. Courts eventually compelled the AG to release the lineup for the fundraiser that focused on pursuing opponents of the climate political agenda.
Many probably signed this thing the way we sign off to the Apple iTunes terms of agreement: read the first line and then skip to the bottom and click “agree.” But, caveat emptor, and with VPIRG, you’d really better beware of deceptive practices.
In this State Headliners, the power grid chief is set to back a carbon tax, and feds approve Vermont Yankee sale.
The United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change is warning that the dire costs of climate change are going to be here sooner than we think. Oh, yeah, and the solution is to tear down the global free-enterprise system.
Climate change activist Bill McKibben said many Vermonters don’t believe manmade climate change is real, and probably never will. However, he said the 70 percent who do believe must organize and force government to act.