Electric rates need to be higher. And higher. That is the only way true Vermonters, those who really care about the environment will compel others to clamp down on wasteful use of the voltage juice.
For almost 50 years, Vermont Gas has offered an important energy choice to Vermonters in Franklin and Chittenden counties.
An open letter to Shap Smith, speaker of the House and John Campbell, president pro tempore of the Senate State House:
My letter criticising Bruce Parker’s recent article on renewable energy was purloined from The Eagle’s website, and excerpts are now posted on the vermontloonwatch website, together with commentary which exemplifies the sad state of political debate in this country. Lest my response to that posting be removed by whoever runs the site, I offer my response here for public record.
The U.S. Advisory Panel on Dietary Guidelines has finally mustered the courage to recommend that Americans eat less meat and dairy products.
The upcoming election cycle may be one of the most interesting, and important, of my lifetime, ushered in by a 2014 election that saw the one of the closest gubernatorial elections in Vermont’s history.
Bruce Parker’s Vermont Watchdog Report enjoys regular prominence on the the front page of the Eagle. Whilst his latest offering – “Lone Ranger” against green energy takeover in Vt. (March 7, 2015) – is not as factually barren as some of his previous contributions, it nevertheless lacks rigorous analysis and balanced debate.
Energy Independent Vermont recently proposed adopting a revenue neutral carbon tax in Vermont.
On Aug. 16, 2013, at 6:30 p.m. I was in Jackson, Wyo., nervously awaiting a call from a potential employer, a solar energy company back in Vermont.
What if Vermont legalized fun-time marijuana?
We write in response to the Hardwick, Vt., Police Department (HPD).
Amazon has precipitously cut advertising contacts with Vermont online companies.
After barely surviving his re-election bid, Gov. Peter Shumlin (D) chose to deliver an inaugural address Thursday that ignored the issues that most concerned Vermonters—strengthening the economy and reducing the cost of living.
Media coverage of the Keystone XL pipeline is coalescing around a single narrative.
We are writing to let you know that, during the upcoming months of February, March and April, RSVP and the United Way of Addison County will be sponsoring two tax assistance programs for Addison County residents who need help with their state and federal income taxes.