Send an email to Gov. Scott, Speaker Johnson and Sen. Ashe — what's your plan for tackling climate pollution in 2019?  

This week Vermont legislators — incumbents and newly-electeds — will return to Montpelier for briefings ahead of the 2019 session that begins in January.

A quick message to Vermont’s elected leadership — Gov. Phil Scott, Speaker Mitzi Johnson and Senate President pro tempore Tim Ashe — asking them about their plans to address climate pollution in Vermont will help ensure that they prioritize the issue.

Since last June when the General Assembly wrapped up its work for the 2017-18 biennium, three major scientific reports have been issued:

 

The message from these reports is unmistakingly clear. Climate change is real. It threatens human health and safety, our quality of life, and the rate of economic growth. And Vermont — due to its rising carbon pollution — is increasingly part of the problem, not the solution.

Use this page to submit your message to Vermont's elected leadership.

 

In your message, you can be general and insist that Gov. Scott, Speaker Johnson and Sen. Ashe act on climate or you can be specific and urge that they review the findings and recommendations of this study (that they authorized and funded) and act accordingly. What’s important is that they hear from you today.

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What's your plan?

Dear [Vermont leader]

Sincerely,
[Your Name]
[Your Address]
[City, State ZIP]

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