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2019 needs to be a huge year in the climate justice movement. As part of global efforts, here are some climate actions we taking at 350VT this year: 1) Organized Next Steps, A five day climate solutions walk from Middlebury to Montpelier, 2) Working with legislators to stop new fossil fuel infrastructure in Vermont, 3) Passing 30 more climate solution resolutions at town meeting day in March, and 4) Organizing more Mother Up! programs for parents and children to join the movement!

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A Window to United Resistance

On Sunday, July 28, over 1000 people marched on the ICE Facility in Williston, protesting concentration camps and the human rights violations at the border. 19 people were arrested. Fellow Leif Taranta reflects on the experience of coordinating the civil disobedience and the need for more resistance.

Car Share in Central Vermont with the Hitching Post!

When you can build community, support local cafés, reduce carbon emissions and get where you need to go just by raising a flag or stopping to take on a passenger, what’s not to like?

Time to ramp it up!

It’s a terrifying time in the world right now, but it’s also time for action! Summer fellow Leif Taranta reflects on the September global climate strike and week of escalation. By working together, we can create hope for our future.