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VNRC is looking for a Sustainable Communities Intern

The Vermont Natural Resources Council is seeking an intern to support its Sustainable Communities Program this fall. Join our efforts by supporting research and analysis to update the statewide Smart Growth Progress Report! (more…)

VNRC is Hiring a Part-Time Office Associate

The Vermont Natural Resources Council (VNRC), a non-profit environmental advocacy organization founded in 1963, is seeking a Part-Time Office Associate to join our team in Montpelier.


One Year After Creation of Climate Commission, We Expect Governor to Act

One year after the creation of the Climate Action Commission, VNRC and allies call for Governor Phil Scott to take action on July 31, when the Commission delivers its recommendations on meeting Vermont’s ambitious clean energy and climate goals.


Johanna Miller Appointed to Vermont System Planning Committee (VSPC)

This week the Vermont Public Utility Commission (“PUC”) made appointments to four of the five public seats on the Vermont System Planning Committee (VSPC). Included among the eight new members is Johanna Miller, VNRC’s Energy & Climate Action Program Director.


Vermont’s Updated Health Advisory for Drinking Water is Just the Beginning

VNRC, VCV, and fellow advocates issued a statement after Vermont’s announcement this week that the state’s health advisory for drinking water will now include test results for three additional PFAS (per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances) chemicals.


VNRC is Seeking an AmeriCorps Community Energy Coordinator!

VNRC job alert: We have an opening for an AmeriCorps Member looking for a meaningful opportunity to collaborate with diverse stakeholders and local leaders to help Vermont transition to a clean energy future. Does this sound like you or someone you know?


VNRC and Advocates Respond to Inclusion of Four Vermont Towns on 2018 Watchlist of America’s Most Endangered Historic Places

Today, the National Trust for Historic Preservation deemed the central Vermont towns of Royalton, Sharon, Strafford, and Tunbridge a “Watch Status Site” on its annual list of the most endangered historic places in America. (Find the official press release and list here.)


Commission on Act 250 Begins Public Forums Across Vermont

The Commission on Act 250: The Next 50 Years was established by the Vermont Legislature this year to work on modernizing Act 250, which has regulated development in the state since June 1970. Now, the Commission is holding a series of six public forums to engage Vermonters on their priorities for the future of our landscape and how to maintain its environment and sense of place.


EAN Releases 2017 Annual Report

According to the Energy Action Network (EAN)’s 2017 Annual Report, released today, Vermont is falling short of its commitment to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and generate renewable energy, and at our current trajectory, will not achieve 90% renewable by 2050. (more…)

VNRC receives 4-star rating from Charity Navigator

We’re proud to report that VNRC has received a 4-star rating (out of a possible four stars) this year from Charity Navigator for demonstrating strong financial health and a commitment to accountability and transparency. See our profile to learn more about the metrics behind our rating.