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16th Annual Kelly Brush Ride Is September 11

The Kelly Brush Ride powered

by VBT Bicycling Vacations will

return as an in-person event on

September 11 in Middlebury,

Vermont. Registration for the 16th

annual fundraising event for adaptive

sports is now open at: https://

kellybrushfoundation.org/kellybrushride/.

“Last year we were forced to

move the ride to a virtual event

due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

We were heartened by the support

we received, with nearly 800 participants,

many who created their

own rides, and who raised more

than $560,000,” said Executive

Director Edie Perkins. “This year

we are excited to be back on our

bikes and handcycles sharing the

powerful experience of coming

together to support the Kelly

Brush Foundation’s mission to

improve the lives of those with

spinal cord injury through sports

and recreation.”

Participants can ride 100, 50,

20 or 10 mile routes through the

scenic Champlain Valley. For

those who can’t make it to

Vermont, the foundation offers a virtual option that allows

participants to take part in the fundraising ride from anywhere.

Early bird registration ends on June 30.

The ride will continue to have a virtual component this year

with six weeks of activities and fundraising challenges and

weekly prizes that supporters can participate in via Strava, a

social networking service designed for cycling.

In 2019 the event drew more than 900 riders and raised

more than $700,000 to provide direct support for equipment

that gets people with spinal cord injuries out enjoying the

activities that enrich their lives, like skiing, basketball,

cycling and tennis. To date, the foundation has awarded more

than 1,172 grants in 48 states for adaptive equipment through

its Active Fund. The ride also supports the foundation’s ski

racing safety program. Each year grants are awarded to ski

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Early bird registration discounts are in effect until June 30.

For registration and information visit: https://kellybrushfoundation.org/kellybrushride/.

The Kelly Brush Ride powered by VBT Bicycling Vacations

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volunteers and sponsors including: VBT Bicycling

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About Kelly Brush Foundation

The Kelly Brush Foundation is a dynamic and growing

Burlington, Vermont-based non-profit inspiring and empowering

people with spinal cord injuries to be active and working

closely with the alpine ski racing community to improve

safety. The Kelly Brush Foundation was founded in 2006 by

Kelly and her family after Kelly sustained a spinal cord injury

while racing in an NCAA alpine ski race. To date the Kelly

Brush Foundation has awarded more than 1,172 adaptive

equipment grants to people in 48 states.

COVID-19

The safety and well-being of our riders and community is

our first priority. The Kelly Brush Foundation is actively

monitoring COVID-19 updates and public health information

to ensure that we can host a safe and enjoyable Kelly Brush

Ride. While our plan is to celebrate together in person at

Middlebury College on September 11, our event will be subject

to local and campus guidelines. If we are required to

reduce the number of in-person riders, we will implement a

rolling start of “pods” that meet the event size requirements.

If we are required to further reduce the size of our event, or if

pods do not align with state and campus guidelines at that

time, we will prioritize in-person participants based on registration

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Northfield Man With Type I

Diabetes Running Length of

Vermont as Fundraiser

As a way to give back to the team that has gone a long way

to help in the treatment of his Type I Diabetes, Northfield

resident Brad Johnson and his wife Emily Levan, will be running

more than 210 miles along VT RT 100 to raise money for

Gifford Health Care’s diabetes clinic at the Kingwood Health

Center in Randolph. Their hope is the contributions of others

will help fund access to the same medical equipment that is

enabling Brad to take on such a challenge as this.

“Diabetes is expensive at best and prohibitive at worst when

it comes to getting on a pump, accessing the supplies and support

you need to make it work,” Johnson said. “The care I

receive from those at the Diabetes Clinic is, in a word, outstanding.”

Brad and Emily plan to start at the Massachusetts border on

Thursday, June 10 and hope to finish at the Canadian border

by Wednesday, June 16, running more than 35 miles a day.

They will stay in motels at night and carry food and clothes.

Brad will also be carrying his insulin pump.

To support Gifford’s Diabetes Clinic in honor of Brad and

Emily’s Cross-Vermont run and follow their progress by heading

to: https://giffordhealthcare.org/donate/.


New Report Analyzes

Steps Needed to Achieve

Vermont’s Climate

Commitments –

and the Opportunities

They Present

Achieving Vermont’s climate commitments is not only possible—it

is also an opportunity to make energy less expensive

for Vermont households and businesses while creating jobs for

Vermonters. That’s one of the key findings of the latest Annual

Progress Report for Vermont, released by the non-profit

Energy Action Network (EAN).

“To meet our responsibility and seize this opportunity, we

have to recognize that fossil fuels are our number one problem

– both in terms of climate pollution and in terms of energy

costs,” said Jared Duval, Executive Director of EAN. “To have

a chance to meet our emissions reduction requirements under

the Global Warming Solutions Act and to protect Vermonters

in a time of social and economic disparities, we have to stop

purchasing and installing new fossil fueled equipment when

there are more affordable electric and renewable alternatives.”

The report also finds that Vermont’s dependence on 100%

imported fossil fuel creates a major drain on the state economy—an

average outflow of nearly $1.5 billion a year. In contrast,

transitioning to more efficient transportation and heating

solutions that use Vermont’s low-carbon electricity or renewable

fuels can keep three to four times more money recirculating

in-state. Moreover, because the cost of fossil fuels has historically

been higher and more price volatile than electric and

renewable alternatives, solutions like electric vehicles, heat

pumps, and advanced wood heating have a triple benefit—pollution

reduction, cost savings, and local economic investment.

“We can do this—and the solutions can save Vermonters money

while helping revitalize Vermont’s economy,” Duval said.

The report also summarizes EAN’s “Emissions Reduction

Pathways Model,” which analyzes sector-specific pathways

and actions that can add up to achieving Vermont’s climate

commitments for 2025 and 2030. As of the latest data, Vermont

is halfway to achieving its first greenhouse gas emissions

reduction requirement of 26% below 2005 levels by

2025, with 2018 emissions 13% below those of 2005. However,

Vermont is only at the starting line for the requirement to

be 40% below 1990 emissions by 2030. As of 2018, emissions

were just back to being equal with 1990 levels.

Over 90% of the decline in Vermont’s greenhouse gas emissions

between 2015 and 2018 resulted from changes to the

statewide electricity portfolio, mandated by the Renewable

Energy Standard. However, the report also points out that no

comparable policy or regulatory framework is yet in place to

require pollution reduction from the transportation or thermal

sectors. “Vermont policymakers need to get serious fast about

the transportation and thermal sectors, in particular,” said Duval.

“Otherwise the numbers just don’t add up.” Transportation

and thermal sector fossil fuel use are together responsible

for 74% of Vermont’s climate pollution.

One of the most effective actions is the purchase and use of

electric vehicles instead of fossil fuel vehicles. EAN models

46,000 EVs replacing gas vehicles by 2025 and 120,000 EVs

by 2030. That would mean about one out of every four new

vehicles purchased in Vermont over the next five years being

electric and then at least one out of every two vehicles between

2026-2030. EVs can achieve rapid and significant pollution

reduction, both because they use energy more efficiently

than fossil fuel vehicles and because they rely on Vermont’s

cleanest-in-the-nation electricity portfolio. EVs also have the

benefit of saving rural Vermont drivers an average of $1,500 a

year on fuel and maintenance compared to fossil fuel vehicles

and are often less-expensive up-front, after incentives.

On the heating side, a variety of options can replace fossil

fuel systems like propane and fuel oil, ranging from heat

pumps to B100 biodiesel to advanced wood heat (including

both efficient pellet stoves and automated wood heat boilers

and furnaces). EAN also models a five-fold increase in home

weatherization likely being necessary over the next decade,

both to provide direct emissions reduction and cost savings

from reduced fuel use and to open up additional opportunities

to use clean heating systems. EAN’s report identifies an opportunity

to weatherize 120,000 more homes by 2030, especially

those of lower- and middle-income Vermonters.

To ensure that all Vermonters can access pollution-reducing,

money-saving alternatives, the report emphasizes that

policies and incentives need to be equitably designed, prioritizing

lower-income Vermonters for assistance, in particular.

“As a legislator working on climate change, I am keenly

aware that to do good work, we must have good data. EAN’s

Annual Progress Report for Vermont provides essential, concise,

non-partisan scientific information and analysis,” said

Senator Christopher Bray, Chair of the Senate Natural Resources

and Energy Committee. “This report will be a very

useful tool as we prepare our climate bills for next session.”

The report also comes as the Vermont Climate Council is

working to develop a Climate Action Plan for Vermont. Due in

December, 2021 the plan will include recommendations about

how to meet Vermont’s legally mandated emissions reduction

requirements by 2025 and 2030.

“EAN’s Annual Progress Report for Vermont builds on the

emissions inventory the Agency compiles annually, transforming

this technical dataset into something far more accessible

to Vermonters,” said Agency of Natural Resources Secretary

Julie Moore. “This report, along with EAN’s Emissions Reduction

Pathways Model, are invaluable resources in helping

the public understand the magnitude of the work required to

achieve the emissions reduction requirements established by

the Global Warming Solutions Act.”

To read the full report, visit: https://www.eanvt.org/2021-

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