Author Archives: Jason J. Czarnezki

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My Last Post…In Memory of Dave Blumenthal

This will be my final post on the Vermont2China blog. I have very much enjoyed posting with Andrea, and sharing our cultural experiences and my thoughts on environmental law and policy. Our trip to China changed me in so many … Continue reading

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Final Thoughts

While I won’t be posting regularly from this point forward, I thought I’d share some initial thoughts about my return home from Guangzhou, China to Montpelier, Vermont. Environment: What is most striking about coming home is our natural and physical … Continue reading

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Green Litigation in China

Aiming to use lawsuits more effectively to fight pollution and protect workers, Vermont Law School’s U.S.-China Partnership for Environmental Law has received a $1.5 million federal grant to establish China’s first public interest environmental law firm and expand a university-based … Continue reading

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Back in Vermont

We’re back in VT. It’s very late and we’re very tired.

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Last Day

Well, today was our last day in China, and I don’t think I’ll be able fully process this experience and these final days until I’ve returned to the U.S. I’m certain this experience will change my teaching and it has … Continue reading

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Solar Power Farm in Vermont

See http://www.timesargus.com/article/20100614/NEWS01/6140341/1002/NEWS01

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Pull the Plug on Your Appliances

There are many ways to save money, pollute less, and be more energy efficient. Inflate you car tires properly, turn down your thermostat in the winter, buy CFLs, and turn off the clock on your microwave (which often uses more … Continue reading

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Is our Energy Future Wood and Biomass?

When I first moved to Vermont in May 2008, I was surprised, given the “green” ethic of the state, that so many citizens and policy-makers supported burning wood for energy and especially promoted wood pellets for home heating. Now, I … Continue reading

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