Montpelier, VT – Earlier this week, the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources (ANR) released the Vermont Greenhouse Gas Emissions Inventory and Forecast: Brief 1990 – 2016. In addition to providing updated statewide emissions data for Vermont through 2016, the report also provides preliminary analysis for 2017 and 2018 as well as an
This month we are featuring national stories on the impact of states, including VT, who remain committed to the Paris Climate Agreement , the power of boycotts and financial markets to transform the fossil fuel industry , and the growth of energy storage . Closer to home we look at battery storage in our own state , emissions reduction accountability and
Bigger and bigger cars are contributing to increasing emissions from transportation
Transportation accounts for the majority of Vermont’s green house gas emissions, and those emissions have been on the rise.
Part of the issue is the kind of vehicles Vermonters are buying. According to data from the Vermont Vehicle and Automotive Distributors Association (VADA)
This month we are highlighting a few stories about the role that energy storage plays in our renewable energy transition. In recognition of Veterans Day, we share an article about how Veterans make up a disproportionate segment of the clean (or advanced) energy workforce compared to their presence in the overall economy. Finally, we are re-broadcasting the excellent
Wednesday, January 22nd from 5:30 – 7:30 at the Garage Cultural Center, 58 State St, Montpelier, VT
For our next Leveraging Change Speaker Series, the topic will be the proposed Global Warming Solutions Act (GWSA), which was identified as a top priority for many network members at our 2019 Energy Action Network Summit