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Climate change isn’t Bill McKibben’s only worry
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Climate change isn’t Bill McKibben’s only worry

Bill McKibben devotes the second half of his new book to pointing out the growing gaps in social and economic equality that are leading to singular, selective gains - and, in his opinion, collective loss.

Vermont attorney general opposes EPA vehicle emissions rollback
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Vermont attorney general opposes EPA vehicle emissions rollback

TJ Donovan and colleagues from 20 other states say that EPA’s decision to freeze standards at 2020 levels will increase greenhouse gas emissions and cost consumers more in gas money.
Solar creates savings amid heat wave, but industry growth cools
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Solar creates savings amid heat wave, but industry growth cools

Solar power in Vermont was responsible for $1.3 million in energy savings during the July heat wave, but incentives that drove expansion in recent years are slowing down.

Marie Audet: Vermont farmers onboard with climate solutions

Marie Audet: Vermont farmers onboard with climate solutions

Vermonters understand that global climate change is a fundamental threat to the sustainability of natural systems and species diversity, and to the peace and safety of humanity.

Environmentalists: Power from massive Canadian dams isn't renewable
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Environmentalists: Power from massive Canadian dams isn't renewable

Activists are protesting the New England governors and Canadian premiers conference in Stowe this week.
Vermont Dems slam Gov. Phil Scott in debate on environment

Vermont Dems slam Gov. Phil Scott in debate on environment

The four Democratic candidates talked about funding mechanisms for Lake Champlain clean up.

Fewer moose may mean fewer ticks, scientists say
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Fewer moose may mean fewer ticks, scientists say

State wildlife biologists say lowering the target moose population in Vermont's Northeast Kingdom could lessen the impact of winter ticks, but some wildlife advocates argue moose hunting should cease altogether.

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