ExxonMobil’s attorney spared no expense in his closing arguments Thursday explaining why he believes New York’s attorney general’s climate lawsuit targeting the company is tantamount to a political hit job.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Sen. Ed Markey retweeted links to a report signed by more than 11,000 scientists who argue that the population “must be stabilized — and, ideally, gradually reduced — within a framework that ensures social integrity.”
Following through with the Obama administration’s commitments would impose clear economic harm on the U.S. by driving energy prices higher — and that’s just a small part of the overall cost. Americans would pay more for food, health care, education, clothes, and more.
“That’s why I am announcing a new proposal designed to rapidly phase out gas-powered vehicles and replace them with zero-emission, or ‘clean,’ vehicles like electric cars,” Schumer wrote after suggesting scientists agree that climate change represents an imminent threat to the U.S.
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.
This week Meg interviews Ethan Allen Institute President Rob Roper about how to respond to radical environmentalism in Vermont, especially it relates to carbon taxes, plastic bag bans and global warming alarmism.
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.
The seventh annual Municipal Day workshop is touring the state to encourage employees at various levels of government to work together and use more efficient tactics — and to think about climate change.
The 51-acre Coventry landfill has long been a focus of environmental activists for alleged leakage of dangerous materials, but now the landfill’s management is responding to those criticisms, and reminding the public that the company plays a critical role in maintaining a clean environment in Vermont.
Is it true the membership of the VPIRG board of directors shows a close affiliation with renewable energy industry and environmental special interests?