Environmentalists unveiled the “Essex Plan” at the Energy Action Network annual meeting at Champlain College last week in Burlington.
The carbon tax really is the zombie, body snatcher legislation that will not die.
Last week’s storm and related power outages remind us that no matter how sophisticated our technology systems and networks are, we all rely on the regular, efficient delivery of electricity.
“Of the 189 countries that have submitted NDCs, only about 60 have included specific financial estimates of the costs, meaning the total would likely tally up far beyond the $5 trillion stated,” S&P reported, which adds that spending is not nearly enough to meet the goals of the Paris accord.
Environmentally minded residents in Middlebury are determined to place climate change front-and-center in shaping the community’s future economic path.
Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt will roll out a new policy to bar researchers currently receiving agency funding from serving on scientific advisory boards.
The 10-day window for the Legislative Committee on Administrative Rules members to respond to a public records request by Vermonters for a Clean Environment ends today. The records are expected to provide the public with details about communications between committee members and wind industry insiders.
The solar industry is preparing for the worst as federal trade officials announce Tuesday measures to protect struggling domestic solar panel manufacturers against cheap imports.
Too much intermittent renewable power causes increasing problems of grid management, as is the case from Vermont to Australia.