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Tips for Climate Messengers

Tips for Climate Messengers

Thank you for pledging to keep up the momentum for climate action by talking to your friends, neighbors, and community leaders.  We’re here to help and would love to hear how your conversations are going. Tips and Talking Points for Climate Messengers Who should I talk to? The short answer is — EVERYONE YOU KNOW.  But…here’s how you ...

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Write your Letter to the Editor

Start a dialogue in your community by submitting a letter-to-the-editor to your local or regional newspaper.  Here are some tips, talking points and instructions for submission to the larger state papers. Climate Talking Points: State the Problem: Global warming is happening now. Even here in Vermont storms like Irene are coming more frequent. Global warming is quite simply the ...

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Join us in New York for the People’s Climate March

Join us in New York for the People's Climate March

UPDATE 9/11: Buses have been selling out left and right, but you still have plenty of options to get to the NYC next Saturday for the March. Check the People’s Climate March Ride Share board, post on GoVermont ride share or reserve a spot on the bus leaving from Brattleboro. Hope to see you there! In Remembrance of Irene, Vermont Groups Unify ...

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VPIRG & CLF Recommend Efficiency Investments

VPIRG & CLF Recommend Efficiency Investments

Every three years the Public Service Board reviews Efficiency Vermont’s budget and decides how much they should invest, and how much they should save Vermonters, going forward. That review is underway right now, and what they decide will determine whether or not we’re leaving potential savings on the table. Saving money and reducing pollution makes sense. ...

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Global Warming Report: When It Rains, It Pours

Global Warming Report: When It Rains, It Pours

Global warming is happening now and its effects are being felt in Vermont, across the United States and around the world. Among the expected consequences of global warming is an increase in the heaviest rain and snow storms, fueled by increased evaporation and the ability of a warmer atmosphere to hold more moisture. Click here to ...

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