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Bill McKibben Connecting the Climate Change Dots

I took this shot yesterday of 350.org co-founder Bill McKibben (red T-shirt in middle) and about 40 others where the historic Bartonsville, Vt. bridge once stood, connecting the dots between extreme weather and climate change. Hurricane Irene destroyed the bridge last August after it had stood for 140 years. The photo shoot was part of … Continue reading

Bill McKibben and Connect the Dots photo shoot

Here’s the photo I took at the temporary metal bridge on Saturday, April 28, at the site where the historic Bartonsville, Vt. covered bridge was destroyed by Hurricane Irene. We were there to make the link between our increasingly extreme weather and climate change. About 40 people joined Bill McKibben yesterday, Saturday, April 28, for … Continue reading

Fallen Vermont Bridge Connects Climate Change Dots

When climate-change activist Bill McKibben was looking recently for a way to highlight how climate change is affecting Vermont, he settled upon the Bartonsville bridge as a potent symbol. Continue reading

Eco-Impacts of (New) Home Sweet Home

“Dear Mr. Dennis, “I recently read your article in the Addison Independent issue dated March 1, 2012, about your thoughts at building a house in Vermont. I wish to take you to task. “Some months ago you wrote an article about how you considered yourself a ‘Vermontaholic’ citing various attributes about Vermont with which you compassionately … Continue reading

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