In the Upper Valley and across Vermont, climate change is manifesting in a variety of ways. From warmer winters to hotter summers, the changing climate is impacting how we live and enjoy our lives here in New England. To combat climate change, towns across Vermont are developing ways to become more resilient, adaptive and cooperative, all while helping residents save money and live a greener, cleaner life. The Upper Valley is committed to working towards carbon reduction goals to lower regional greenhouse gas emissions. From Climate Action Plans to declarations of Climate Emergencies, towns like Norwich and Hartford are working hard to transition residents over to cleaner energy sources and a more resilient energy future. Electric vehicles are a key component of that future.