One community has become divided after the Vermont Council on Rural Development visited with its Climate Economy Model Communities Program, and now another is about to embrace the same controversial program.
A government-funded scientist in the Department of Energy said Monday that he intends on conducting an analysis of the extent climate change played on Hurricanes Irma and Harvey.
No, the planet is not going to end any time soon, and by the way, the answer is nuclear. This isn’t me speaking, but the views of an environmentalist so learned and influential you could call him the Godfather of Green.
Vermont’s mandate is much more than a requirement to supply consumers with electricity from renewable resources like wind and solar. It will require virtually complete electrification of the Vermont economy to eliminate almost all fossil fuel consumption.
George Mason University professor Ed Maibach and the non-profit Climate Central work with about one-quarter of U.S. weathercasters to get more global warming mentioned more often on TV.
After a deluge of media reports surfaced linking global warming to Hurricane Harvey, University of Washington atmospheric scientist Cliff Mass analyzed the available data to see just how big a role human emissions of greenhouse gases played in the storm.
After a yearlong court battle against a Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit, the Vermont attorney general’s office says it has no records to turn over relating to a multi-state investigation of groups opposed to climate change policies.
Officials with the Environmental Protection Agency said Tuesday that academics linking Hurricane Harvey to global warming are trying to “politicize an ongoing tragedy.”
Over 100 town residents have signed a petition against the 500-kilowatt net-metered project that would cover almost 5 acres of an old apple orchard.