Monday, July 15, 2019

Tag: Vermont

100 cities across the world run off renewable energy new data...

"Cities are key to a low-carbon future ... And pioneers across the world are already demonstrating that the transition is possible."

Vermont creates first-ever ethics commission in wake of Center stories

State Integrity Investigation gave low grades to Green Mountain State.

Activists Weigh Path Forward after Congress Thwarts GMO Food Labels

Despite the defeat in Congress, the pro-labeling campaign had had a huge impact - and the campaign’s effort to educate the public is paying off.

DARK Act Compromise Could Preempt Vermont’s GMO Label Law

Any bill on GMO labeling that would result in anything less than mandatory on-package labeling is unacceptable.

In 17 Days Vermont’s Historic GMO Labeling Law Goes Into Effect:...

It’s clear that food companies are quietly preparing for Vermont’s seemingly inevitable label law.

Dannon Yogurt to Remove GMO Ingredients and Source Milk from Non-GMO...

Dannon will work with farmers to maintain company wide standards for animal welfare and soil standards.

BREAKING: Vermont Will Automatically Register Hundreds Of Thousands Of Voters

"Our democracy works best when people can actually participate in it."

Bernie Proposes Nationwide Ban on Fracking

Bernie Sanders focuses on the environmental issue of fracking this week while campaigning in New York and Pennsylvania.

Big Food Says They Will Label GMOs … But Is There...

Consumers have no choice but to continue to demand GMO labeling without any compromises. We should be able to know what food we are putting in our mouths!

Vermont Senate Votes To Legalize Recreational Marijuana

Vermont is on pace to become the first state legislature to legalize cannabis.

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Trump reverses water bottle ban in national parks

The 2011 “Water Bottle Ban” gave national parks the allowance to prohibit the sale of plastic water bottles, which helped reduce park...

Texas judge convicted of bribery and obstruction

“No one – especially a judge – is above the law.”

550,000 acres on fire in Alaska in latest sign of the climate crisis

Alaska's fires show the footprints of climate change in multiple ways.

Logic for progressives: an interview with Professor Ben Burgis

Ben Burgis, an author and professor of philosophy at Rutgers University, is on a mission to make progressives more effective in confronting the right with good arguments, whether...

For-profit company makes $750 per day, per immigrant child yet maintains deplorable conditions

For $750 a day a child could stay in a suite at Trump's Washington hotel.