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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.
Read the latest
Click on the link below to download the August 2015 issue of Down to Earth.
In this issue:
- Clean Power Plan
- Colstrip Power Plant
- Montana Coal Mining Update
- Regional Power Plan
- Montanore Mine
News reports are saying that President Obama’s Clean Power Plan has set new targets for Montana that are twice as large as those floated last year in a draft of the plan. But the head of Montana’s Department of Environmental Quality, Tom Livers, says it’s still unclear to him what exactly the new thresholds are.
About 50 miles east of Helena, in White Sulphur Springs, residents are weighing the benefits that a new copper mine could bring to their community: about 200 new jobs along with millions of dollars to spur business growth. Opponents of the mine say Montana risks losing something even more valuable, one of its last unspoiled rivers.