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Freedom & Unity: A Graphic Guide to Civics and Democracy in Vermont

Freedom & Unity: A Graphic Guide to Civics and Democracy in Vermont

Susan Clark discusses her contributions to Freedom and Unity: A Graphic Guide to Civics and Democracy in Vermont. From Town Meetings to cooperatives, and all the way up to the state house, Vermont’s approach to democracy is by turns unique, varied, and inspired.

Vermont Conservation Voters Announces 2023 Environmental Common Agenda

Vermont Conservation Voters Announces 2023 Environmental Common Agenda

Vermont Conservation Voters (VCV) has released the 2023 Environmental Common Agenda, which lays out this year’s top legislative priorities for the Vermont environmental community. VCV releases the Common Agenda each legislative session in partnership with other...

The Winooski Dome Proposal Project of 1979

The Winooski Dome Proposal Project of 1979

Rep. Taylor Small (P/D-Winooski) talks about the Winooski Dome Proposal Project of 1979, a PFAS bill set to be taken up this session, and climate priorities for her city. 

15th Annual VECAN Conference

We hope you can join us virtually for the 15th Annual VECAN (Vermont Energy & Climate Action Network Conference)! This year’s conference is FREE and open to everyone, thanks to the support of our generous sponsors.  Learn more and REGISTER HERE Kicking off...

Vermont Adopts Rules for Cleaner Cars and Trucks

State Joins Coast-to-Coast Movement to Adopt Zero-Emission Vehicle Regulations Vermont moved forward with two key regulations to address pollution from transportation in the state: the Advanced Clean Cars (ACC) II program and the Advanced Clean Trucks (ACT)...

Election ’22 Results

Vermont Conservation Voters (VCV)-endorsed candidates won a decisive majority (86%) of their races on Election Day, including 4 statewide officers, 20 state senators, and 89 state representatives. Voters made a clear statement by overwhelmingly electing...