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Some of Vermont's researchers focus their work on climate change and the environment. Watch the videos below to learn about their areas of study. 

Amy Seidl: Communicating about Climate Change

In a joint project with the UVM Humanities Center, Environmental Program Interim Associate Director Amy Seidl speaks about discussing climate change with her neighbors. (Communicating about Climate Change Video Transcript)

Jennie Stephens: Carbon Taxes in Vermont

Jennie Stephens, the Blittersdorf Professor of Sustainability Science and Policy at the University of Vermont talks about Vermont's efforts to ride the renewable energy wave. (Carbon Taxes in Vermont Video Transcript)

Chris Koliba: Lake Champlain Water Quality

Christopher Koliba is a Professor in the Community Development and Applied Economics Department at the University of Vermont (UVM) and the Director of the Master of Public Administration (MPA) Program. He focuses his research on the water quality of Lake Champlain to determine how we should govern these systems. (Lake Champlain Water Quality Video Transcript)

Rachel Schattman: Climate Change v. Vermont Farmers

Rachel Schattman has experienced first-hand the possible effects of climate change on Vermont farming. (Climate Change v. Vermont Farmers Video Transcript)

Paul Hines: Vermont - A Leader in Clean Energy

Paul Hines, Professor of Electrical Engineering at UVM takes us through some of the challenges of clean energy in Vermont. (A Leader in Clean Energy Video Transcript)