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Renewable Natural Gas – Another Missed Opportunity for Vermont Gas Systems
by Sandy Levine

When Vermont regulators approved an ill-fated natural gas pipeline in 2013, they required that the pipeline make available renewable natural gas for its customers. As conceived, this would be a (very) small step to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions from expanding the use of fossil fuels in Vermont. Natural gas is methane. Cow poop also…

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Renewable Energy on Vermont Dairy Farms — Challenges and Opportunities
by Sandy Levine

A version of this article first appeared in the Sunday July 21 edition of the Rutland Herald /Times Argus. Helping farms and Vermont businesses thrive while cleaning up the environment is a win all around. Conservation Law Foundation is pleased to serve on the Executive Committee to help Vermont’s homegrown Green Mountain Power Cow Power program…