Tell Governor Steve Bullock to support clean energy by developing a Montana based Clean Power Plan.
Energy efficiency and conservation. This is not a “left” or “right” issue. It benefits everyone.
MEIC’s stand against coal, and its role in climate change. They take an uncompromised stance, and someone has to do it.
I hope we see the light on putting some restraint on what we do. We shouldn’t do things just because we can. We need to change that mindset.
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By Derf Johnson
As Canada based Tintina and Australia based Sandfire ready to submit a permit application for the Smith River mine (As early as November 2015), they’ve dramatically stepped up their public relations and outreach efforts. The companies are attempting to weave a narrative that the project is local. They’ve made some local folks, Jerry Zieg and Nancy Schlepp, the primary spokespeople and front for their efforts. I’m sure the two of them are great folks, but the fact of the matter is that this mine is not a local proposal, no matter how they can try to spin it or manufacture a fiction.
In fact, this project is controlled and backed by people across the world who sit in the board rooms of sky rises and make decisions based upon excel spreadsheets, not out of a storefront in White Sulphur Springs.
HELENA – Attorneys for an environmental group and a consumer office argued Tuesday that NorthWestern Energy, rather than its Montana electric customers, should pay the multimillion-dollar costs of a 2013-14 power-plant outage.
On a smoky day in late August, Gov. Steve Bullock stood inside a packed Top Hat rattling off the curriculum vitae of six western Montana entities he believes are “leading the way in renewable energy and job creation.”
Montana Gov. Steve Bullock praised the state’s potential for wind energy development at a conference in Bozeman on Wednesday, saying he hopes the industry can keep growing and help the state meet standards set by the federal Clean Power Plan, to which he gave a lukewarm welcome last month.