Along with California, the New England states can drive home positive action to tackle climate change. With the Trump administration in Washington rolling back federal protections, it is more important than ever for states, communities and individuals to act.
For nearly a decade Vermont has seen strong legislative action advancing renewable energy, energy efficiency and reducing polluting greenhouse gases. Our past efforts have earned Vermont a solid and well-deserved reputation for action. The Union of Concerned Scientists recently ranked Vermont second in taking positive action and showing the way for other states.
The past few months have shown signs of that momentum slowing.
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