This paper examines geographic trends in Vermonter’s thermal, electric and transportation energy use
This PSD guide can help Vermonter’s decide if it makes sense for them to go solar, and if so, how.
This guide from Efficiency Vermont gives organizers ideas on how to engage their community in Button Up activities.
The Public Service Department’s robust analysis of the paths toward progress on stated energy goals.
This report from the Vermont Law School’s Institute for Energy and the Environment looks at fuel poverty in Vermont.
Green Memes and many of the country’s best organizers compiled this comprehensive all-in-one resource for online organizing.
The NCA is the most comprehensive report on how climate change is already impacting the United States. The report also discusses mitigation and adaptation strategies.
Taking action on heating efficiency can save money, create jobs and reduce pollution. Check out the Vermont Natural Resources Council’s collection of heating efficiency success stories from around Vermont.
Information and reports from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, the world’s leading international body for the assessment of climate change.
This comprehensive 2014 guide includes details on energy‐saving programs, materials, resources, procedures, and tips for homeowners.
An overview of three dozen ‘snapshots’ of innovative and proactive approaches Vermonters are taking to help save money, reduce energy consumption, transition to renewables, and combat climate change.
A step-by-step guide outlining how communities can use the energy element of their municipal plan to comprehensively address energy issues.