Building on the momentum of the repeal of the Faircloth Amendment in the House last year, the two legislators seek to increase investment in housing infrastructure.
GND 4 PH would improve living conditions for nearly 2 million – lowering utility costs, reducing environmental hazards like lead and water poisoning.
April 19th, 2021 | Tags: Green New Deal, housing | Category: Action |
4 Days, 16 Keynotes Speakers, 32 Breakout Sessions, Youth Congress, Innovation Salon
The Sustainable Futures Conference
APRIL 27–30, 2021 The Sustainable Futures Conference is a multi-day virtual event that will mainstream public discourse around the concept of sustainable practice.
Featuring over a dozen international and national speakers, the conference will illuminate how sustainability and […]
Please be invited to join a NH statewide meeting on Monday, February 8th, 4pm-5pm. (See bottom for meeting access.) Meeting Purpose: to convene and organize statewide in preparation for the legislative hearing on House Bill 315 (aka, “Monopoly Protection Act,” bill gutting the Community Power Law). Please be invited to extend this invitation to […]
Register for December virtual conference: United We Move
One month after the 2020 election, join thousands of your fellow CCL advocates for a virtual conference on Dec. 5, when we’ll lay the groundwork for taking action on climate solutions in 2021.
Registration is now open for United We Move, a free event featuring […]
Join the Climate Strike Friday – October 16 – 1 PM University Green, Burlington A coalition of activist organizations, led by Club Organize UVM and UVM Union of Students, have called for a climate strike on October 16th, beginning at 1pm on the University Green in Burlington. The action will begin with a rally, […]
Call for Participation in the U.S. Energy and Employment Report 2021
Over the past 3 years, the survey has been led by the National Association of State Energy Officials (NASEO) and the Energy Futures Initiative (EFI). The purpose of the survey is to compile employment-related data from the energy, energy efficiency, […]
September 15, 2020
Attorney General Donovan’s Statement on the Governor’s Veto of the Global Warming Solutions Act:
“Climate change is real, and it is already affecting our state. The Global Warming Solutions Act, recently passed by the Vermont Legislature, tells government: When it comes to climate change, do your job. I testified in favor of […]
Fantastic news! Yesterday, the Vermont House passed the Vermont Global Warming Solutions Act (H.688) with 102 representatives taking a stand for real climate action in Vermont. The 102-45 vote margin means we expect there will be enough votes to override Governor Scott’s decision – if he chooses to veto this pollution-reducing, job-creating bill.
As part of National Drive Electric Week (September 26 – October 4), the Vermont Sierra Club is holding a contest for members to capture 2-minute video stories on why they drive an Electric Vehicle. During last year’s National Drive Electric Week event, we heard from numerous community members that stories like this inspired them to […]