The latest report from UN Climate Change shows that countries around the world are failing to meet their emissions reduction goals and locking the world into an increasingly certain chaotic climate future. How is Vermont doing and what can we do to make sure we do our part?
In 2023, there are two significant areas where Vermont can make significant progress toward a just transition off carbon-based fuels: where our electricity comes from and how we heat our homes. For this to happen, we'll need to build public support and provide the backing our elected officials need to take bold action.
Join this webinar to learn more about what a just and low-emissions Vermont climate future can look like if we take action and how you can lend your voice to make it happen.
We'll be joined by members of the 350VT electricity and heating working groups:
Jim Dumont (Bristol)
Ben Gordesky (Burlington)
Earl Hatley (Queechee)
Gene Kraus (Bethel)
Danielle Laberge (Wells)
Debbie New (South Burlington)
Kim Hornung-Marcy (Williston)
Scot Zens (Strafford)
Chris Wood (South Royalton)
You'll receive a zoom link on the day of the webinar.