The Energy Action Network (EAN) is pleased to announce our 2020 Summer Internship Program. Applications are now being accepted for college and graduate-school students excited to help achieve Vermont’s goal to reach 90% renewable energy by 2050, while significantly reducing greenhouse gas emissions in ways that ensure an equitable, thriving, and sustainable
We send our best to all our network members and partners as you work to navigate these unprecedented times. We want to give you an update on what EAN staff have been working on over the past few weeks.
Engaging Vermont’s federal delegation
Thanks to all who sent in ideas about possible federal action
The Network Evolution Workgroup
In winter and spring of 2020, in response to a Network-wide invitation, a group of about twenty self-selected Energy Action Network members came together to discuss the future of our network. We know that it will take a wide variety of expertise, partners, and strategic actions to achieve a
At the end of February, Vermont’s unemployment rate registered 2.4 percent – the lowest in the nation. Now, with both Vermont and the nation headed for double-digit unemployment, the question of how to create durable, well-paying jobs will be as important as ever.
In this context, it is worth highlighting the importance of
Energy Action Network members and staff have put together several resources for teachers and students to engage with our 2019 Annual Progress Report for Vermont. These were developed with high school students in mind, but could be appropriate for middle school and post-secondary students as well.
Ideas for Exploring the 2019 Annual Progress