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  • Independence Fray
  • Independence Fray

    Does Vermont have what it takes to go it alone?
    Vermont is a wildly different place than it was a year ago. On the one hand, rising oil prices are driving us towards calamity…
  • You're Getting Warmer
  • You're Getting Warmer

    The Kyoto Accord began the race to halt global warming. On its 10th anniversary, why are we barely past the starting gate?
    I remember so well the final morning hours of the Kyoto conference. The negotiations had gone on long past their scheduled evening close, and…
  • Bill McKibben on Bernie's Eco Evolution

    Bill McKibben on Sanders' appointment to Senate committees on energy and the environment. He notes Bernie was slow to enlist in the climate-change fight but is now one of its most aggressive combatants.
    On the Monday before Election Day, a group of about 30 protesters walked across the bridge at Crown Point, carrying signs asking International Paper to…
  • Less Is More

    Book review: Not Buying It: My Year Without Shopping by Judith Levine
    In case you wonder if the level of American consumption really matters, consider these statistics assembled by ecological economist Lester Brown. Given current rates of…
  • Party, Party, Party

    Bill McKibben reflects on the unique dynamic between Vermont's Democrats and Progressives, citing Bernie's role in expanding what Vermonters think their government can achieve.
    Being a relative newcomer to Vermont has certain advantages, including the right to ask stupid questions. Here's one of mine: Why aren't Vermont's Progressives and…
  • Snowing the Distance

    A Craftsbury race offers two courses: gourmet and grueling
    For many years, the Craftsbury marathon was a ski race, pure and simple. A couple of hundred hardcore racers would show up every January for…

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