Steve Maier explores the importance of local climate action with
Legislative Climate Caucus co-chairs Sen Chris Pearson and Rep. Sarah Copeland-Hanzas
, February 23, 2022.

See this recent page 1 story in the Addison Independent for a great summary of the draft Climate Action Plan for Addison County. February 17, 2022.

Draft Climate Action Plan for Addison County is Available for Public Comment, February 9, 2022.

LiveGreenVT Announces Search for New Program Manager, December 15, 2021.

CEAC is Seeking Public Engagement & Communications Services, December 2, 2021.

Addison County Goes After Greenhouse Gases, By Sidra Pierson and Richard Hopkins, October 14, 2021.

Speak up! There’s No Time to Waste for Vermont Climate Action, September 14, 2021.

A B-and-B’s Experiment with Less Mowing, by Lise Anderson, August 11, 2021

Tri-Valley Transit Prioritizes Sustainability, by Jessica Buxbaum, Summer Intern for CEAC and ACORN, July 16, 2021.

A Climate Action Plan for Addison County, By Richard Hopkins and Steve Maier, June 7, 2021.

Composting Tips and Climate Change, By Spence Putnam, April 28, 2021

Earth Week: Join CEAC and Middlebury College Events, April 19-23.

Vergennes Apartments Combine Energy Efficiency and Affordability, By Greg Dennis, April 5, 2021.

Days and Nights of the Climate Roundtable – Summary of CEAC’s first Climate Roundtable, by Greg Dennis, March 5, 2021.

Are Woodstoves Now a Bad Idea? By Greg Dennis, February 2, 2021

Groundbreaking Study Identifies Local Climate Emissions, CEAC, December 3, 2020.

Adding Value in the ‘Circular Economy,’ Exchanging byproducts can optimize the local entrepreneurial ecosystem, by Susan Smiley

LiveGreenVT – Online Climate & Energy Guide Launches, September 30, 2020.

Summer Internship Helps to Launch LiveGreenVT, By Grace Maley, September 2020.

Spence Putnam at his net zero home.

A Net Zero home  –  a response to the climate crisis, By Suzy Hodgson

Electric Vehicle Webinar August 20th, 7:30 p.m. – Click to register.

Working as CEAC Interns During COVID-19, By Grace Maley and Acadia Hegedus, CEAC Interns, August 18, 2020.

Challenging Racism in the Environmental Movement, By Grace Maley
CEAC Intern, Middlebury College

Should You Become a One Car Family?
By Laura Asermily, Walk/Bike Council of Addison County Member, July 6, 2020

List Your Business or Organization in the Champlain Valley Climate and Energy Guide – Deadline is Approaching! July 1, 2020.

No, Our Food Supply Chain Is Not Breaking! By Molly Anderson, Middlebury Natural Foods Co-op Board member, May 2020.

CEAC Summer Projects and Our Student Interns, June 7, 2020.

We’re Developing a New Climate and Energy Resource Guide – Interested in Being Listed?

How to Get a Green Credit Card, By Spencer Putnam, CEAC Board, May 24, 2020.

The Coronavirus Doesn’t Stop Climate Change, by Greg Dennis, CEAC Board, May 9, 2020

“Electrical Vehicles: Advantages and Improvements,” by Spencer Putnam, CEAC Board  

New Acorn Solar Project Comes Online in March 2020

Panel Probes “Doing Business in a Changing Climate

CEAC Announces Fundraising Drive

CEAC November 2019 News & Update

Vergennes Mayor Jeff Fritz, CEAC’s Spence Putnam, and Dave Roberts (Drive-Electric VT) speak at dedication of a public EV charging station at the Vergennes City Green.

New Public Electric Vehicle Charging Station in Vergennes – With the help of Green Mountain Power, who donated the EV charger unit, CEAC assisted the City of Vergennes to install the first public EV charger in the downtown; September 25, 2019. Click for video on our Facebook page.

Middlebury College and local farm partner on energy
August 2019

CEAC August 2019 News & Update

Bill McKibben Lends His Support: “CEAC is taking the most global of all problems and bringing it down to the level where we can take serious action to both lessen our impact and improve our local communities. It’s going to take all of us, and that’s why this effort is so crucial.” July 2019.

“New Group Focuses on Economy, Climate,” Addison Independent, June 24, 2019.

CEAC May 2019 News & Update

Climate Economy Action Center Formed as New Non-Profit – March 2019

South Street Neighborhood Energy Project Survey Results – November 2018

Town Meeting Update – March 5, 2018, Task Forces and Projects Update.

“Town Takes on Climate Change, Please Join Our Local Climate Economy Programs,” Addison Independent, Community Forum, Steve Maier, February 1, 2018.

How can the greater Middlebury area become an even better place to visit, to live, to raise families, to grow businesses, and to grow old?  read more… 

“How Middlebury’s Climate Initiative will make you richer,” Addison Independent, Editorial, September, 11, 2017.

VCRD Names Middlebury as Next Climate Economy Model Community, Vermont Business Magazine, September 3, 2017.