The LGBTQIA Alliance is pretty much the “direct ear to the legislature,” said Lisa Carton, president of Queer Connect. “Mostly, they’re coming down to hear what our needs are, so they can best represent us to the statehouse, which is spectacular,” she said.
Every company in America, and in the world, can change their language and symbols to make it appear that periods are gender-neutral. But that won’t erase the reality that they’re not.
Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey filed a lawsuit Thursday targeting ExxonMobil for supposedly deceiving investors about the risks climate change poses to the company’s finances.
Attorney General T.J. Donovan’s decision to challenge a rollback of California’s greenhouse gas emission and fuel economy standards by the Trump administration has prompted a rebuke from Vermont activists.
On Monday night, members of the Vermont Climate Solutions Caucus met to discuss upcoming legislative efforts to push green energy policy on Vermont.
Edmunds Elementary School in Burlington, so reports WPTZ, has decided to cancel its annual Halloween parade. Sadly, I doubt anybody is surprised by this.
Perhaps conservation — of water, computer and phone use, gasoline, electricity, food — should be taught in school, and children could contribute solutions rather than be encouraged by adults to skip school to gripe.
Is it true the membership of the VPIRG board of directors shows a close affiliation with renewable energy industry and environmental special interests?
A wave of cities have decided to remove Columbus Day from the calendar and replace it with “Indigenous Peoples Day.” Christopher Columbus, the Italian explorer credited with discovering America, is under attack figuratively and literally.
One imagines that most Americans, through their actions, will continue to reject these regressive ideas. One reason they should is so that Greta Thunberg’s generation won’t have to suffer needlessly.
The nation’s largest abortion provider is losing the abortion battle in Washington but is upping its game through Hollywood, freelance journalist Nora Caplan-Bricker wrote Monday in The Washington Post Magazine. Hollywood is increasingly cooperative.