Tell Governor Steve Bullock that you don't want a mine on the headwaters of the Smith River!
Conservation of all species, not just humans. The loss of biological diversity is one of the worst impacts we are having on our planet.
MEIC is very good at seeing what’s coming over the horizon. They led on our subdivision and streambed laws, for which I’m very grateful every time I see an unspoiled view.
If you feel discouraged, that’s okay. It’s good to see the world clearly if that leads to action. Nothing is more important than conservation activism.
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by Anne Hedges
Two recent Montana specific polls tell an undeniable truth – Montanans love clean energy. While we’ve known for years that the nation and the world support more clean energy development, these polls bring it home to our own backyard. And while Montanans support for renewable energy is off the charts, our support for increased energy efficiency is nearly unanimous.
This week the Energy Information Administration (EIA) put out electricity generation numbers for mountain west states showing an on average decline in coal use by 13% over the past ten years.
Guest post by Ed Smeloff, Managing Director of the Regulatory Team at Vote Solar
There’s an emerging trend among utilities across the country to undermine a law that promotes solar energy. The attack is on a decades-old law called the Public Utility Regulatory Policies Act, or PURPA – a law that has paved the way for policies that have brought renewable energy into the mainstream in the United States.