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Finding Community at Building Ground

By Olivia Box, a member of 350VT’s Writing for Climate Justice group

I went to Building Ground because I had been feeling like I wasn’t doing enough—but I didn’t know what enough was.

Was it enough to cut down …

Critical Mass Riders Gear Up for Summer Events

By Gail Marlene Schwartz, a member of 350VT’s Writing for Climate Justice group

Here’s a mini-quiz: define the word “transportation.”

Pretty straightforward right? I thought so too, before learning about Critical Mass Bike Rides. Last Saturday’s celebration of biking in …

Marathon Hike for Climate Justice!

Sunrise at Camel’s Hump.

I’m happy to report that my hike for Climate justice went off over the weekend without any major hitches. George (our driver) and Tom (the experienced CamelsField hiker) left Camel’s Hump parking lot at 3:15am by

When There’s a Bill, There’s a Way

By Chase Dunham, a member of 350VT’s Writing for Climate Justice group, from Plainfield

Last year the U.N. released a climate report saying we have 12 years to get off fossil fuels to avoid irreparable damage to the planet. So, …

Speculations on climate change

By Django Grace, a middle school student and organizer in Brattleboro

Recently, I opened a political magazine my family gets weekly. I was probably just trying to find the funny tabloids, but I stopped on the world news page. There …