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About vermontersforacleanenvironment

VCE's mission is to raise the voices of Vermonters and hold corporations accountable for their impacts on our people, our land, our air and our water. We are united in the belief that Vermont's future lies in conserving its clean, rural, small-town environment. We have joined together to pursue the common goals of encouraging economic development with minimal environmental impacts and preserving Vermont's natural beauty. VCE is committed to providing facts and information so that people can make informed decisions. We encourage your participation.

Understanding Vermont’s Energy Policies

Report Shows Vermont Policies Not Achieving Renewable Energy Goals Vermonters for a Clean Environment has released a report, Understanding Vermont’s Energy Policies. It describes five current policies, and explains how they are not doing what Vermonters expect regarding energy policy and consumption. The … Continue reading

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New Documentary Film about Wind in Vermont

WIND: A Struggle for the Character of Vermont  

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LCAR Legislators’ Responses to VCE’s Public Records Act Request

Videos of LCAR Wind Noise Rule Hearings: 6/8/17, 6/22/17, 8/3/17, 10/12/17, 10/26/17.  In total LCAR spent 10 hours and 20 minutes on the PUC’s wind noise rule. On October 16, 2017, Vermonters for a Clean Environment filed Public Records Act (PRA) … Continue reading

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“Green Energy”, Avangrid/Iberdrola’s Deerfield Wind in Readsboro and Searsburg, Vt., Formerly Critical Bear Habitat

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Derrick Jensen’s Resistance Radio interview with VCE’s Annette Smith, April 9, 2017 April 9, 2017 @ 7:00 pm Resistance Radio – Annette Smith – 04.09.17 Annette Smith is executive director of Vermonters for a Clean Environment, an organization she co-founded 15 years ago with Vermont citizens when a large energy project … Continue reading

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Mountains, wildlife took precedence over 60 windmills Jensen Afield, Rutland Herald | April 08, 2017 Dennis JENSEN The Herrick Mountain range in Ira and Poultney, next to Birdseye Mountain, was saved from 60 giant wind turbines, thanks to the organized efforts of Vermonters for a Clean Environment, … Continue reading

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Do you love Vermont’s mountains? Mountain Manifesto: ‘Protect Vermont’s mountains now’ Mon, 03/13/2017 – 4:54am — Vermont Business Magazine A core group of Vermonters, with experience in natural science, public policy and environmental history, have released The Mountain Manifesto, an urgent and public call to action … Continue reading

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