When Governor Phil Scott announced the formation of the Vermont Climate Action Commission, he charged the Commission to develop at least three recommendations by January 1, 2018. This report outlines that preliminary set of recommendations. The Commission will continue to look at possible policy options to meet Vermont's greenhouse gas and clean energy goals.
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By Nina Keck, as heard on Vermont Public Radio: http://digital.vpr.net/post/pittsford-residents-come-together-dream-big-...
What if 20 picturesque acres of land in the center of your town became available, and you and your neighbors got to decide what to do with it?
Newport City Community Picks Top Priorities: Task Forces In February Will Focus On Attracting Business, Tourism, Events, Plus Health, Early Ed & Welfare
By Robin Smith, as seen in the Caledonian Record: http://www.caledonianrecord.com/news/local/newport-city-community-picks-...
NEWPORT CITY — Nearly 100 people gathered Wednesday evening to pick the top priorities they can do to improve life in Newport City for the coming year.
As seen in the Caledonian Record: http://www.caledonianrecord.com/news/local/lyndonville-coworking-space-p...
LYNDONVILLE — The former Bag Balm building may soon have new tenants thanks to an idea borne last year during the Vermont Council on Rural Development Lyndon Community Visit process.
Hundreds turn out to brainstorm future of Newport City: Community Visit draws hundreds despite the cold to weigh in on the city’s assets and challenges
By Robin Smith, as seen in the Caledonian Record: http://www.caledonianrecord.com/news/hundreds-turn-out-to-brainstorm-fut...
NEWPORT CITY — Several hundred people gathered on a cold and snowy Wednesday to brainstorm about the future of Newport City.
Helping communities build and implement priority actions that increase economic vitality and affordability in a time of climate change
The application process for 2019 is now open!
The Vermont Climate Economy Model Communities Program invites proposals from Vermont towns and local leaders interested in increasing local economic prosperity by working together to identify home, business, and community solutions to address climate change. Two communities will be selected to work with the program in 2019. Please note, eligibility for the program has been expanded. Towns with populations from 1,000 to 20,000 can apply.