The recent IPCC report demonstrates the necessity of curbing emissions, particularly from energy. Here in Vermont, energy makes up 81% of our greenhouse gas emissions, but the chart at the left demonstrates the need to focus on the thermal and transportation sectors, which together make up more than 70% of Vermont's emissions.
We’ve changed up the order this month. With sobering news from the IPCC making headlines, we wanted to highlight some global, national, state, and local action happening to impact energy and emissions. Scroll down to see the Vermont Total Energy Ticker at the bottom of the newsletter.
Before you dive in, have you shared your thoughts on EAN’s 2017 Annual Progress Report? We’re already starting to work on the 2018 Annual Progress Report, and we want to hear from you. What was useful to you about the 2017 report, and what would you like to see in the next report?
Finally, EAN is launching the Leveraging Change Speaker Series in November. Read more on our Upcoming Events page and stay tuned for speaker announcements!

Total Energy News – October 2018Read more …

Burlington, VT — Climate change mingled with politics at last week’s Renewable Energy Vermont Conference and Expo, where state regulators and officials expressed frustration with federal and RTO policies.

While U.S. Rep. Peter Welch (D-Vt.) predicted a Democratic majority in the House of Representatives after the mid-term elections, some participants said planetary survival should

RTO Insider: Climate Change Top of Mind at Vermont Conference – Michael KuserRead more …

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