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You don't have to go to New York City to demand action on global warming. People's Climate Action Marches are happening in Boise and in Spokane, Sunday, Sept. 21.
Idahoans are concerned about the Mount Polley Mine Tailings disaster. EcoFlight has produced a great video on this issue.
What do you think about the possible new Weiser-Galloway Dam? The Idaho Water Resource Board wants to know.
Yeah, you might want to pay attention when an Idaho gold mine in massive debt, with stockpiles of waste and no cleanup plan, says it's heading to Nicaragua to pursue new opportunities in the gambling industry.
Issues concerning safety of oil tanker cars, understaffed trains and interrupted passenger service are making headlines as crude oil transports gradually increase from the Bakken oil fields.
ICL's Artist in Residence, Rachel Teannalach wraps up her week of painting and exploring North Idaho. Check out a sampling of her work here then head over to the Panhandle State Bank in Sandpoint Friday, Aug 29, to view the entire collection.
Ambre Energy's Morrow Pacific project on Coyote Island in the Columbia River would ship 8 million tons of coal a year from the Powder River Basin to India and Asia.
What is next for ICL's artist in residence program?
The Idaho Legislature's Federal Lands Interim Committee is holding public meetings—and we need your help!
Here is the second in a series of blogs by ICL's artist in residence, Rachel Teannalach, describing her painting adventures in North Idaho.
This is the first in a series of blogs by ICL's artist in residence, Rachel Teannalach, as she paints her way around North Idaho in preparation for her art show on Aug 29.
The Wilderness Act was passed 50 years ago. Let's celebrate!
Mining in the Boulder-White Clouds still remains a threat today.
Jansen Rinck, our summer intern in Sandpoint, talks about his experience with ICL.
For immediate release: Earthjustice, on behalf of Idaho Conservation League and partners, filed suit against the Environmental Protection Agency for failing to issue key rules mandated by the Superfund Act (the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act, or CERCLA).
This week's mining catastrophe in British Columbia is a tragic example of why ICL's vigilance in monitoring mining operations in Idaho is so critically important.
Runoff from farms and communities is our nation's biggest water quality challenge.
ICL's outreach intern Caitlin searches for her place in the conservation community.
ICL intern Hannah's third year of law school, second summer in Boise, and first float down the Boise River: Putting it all together.
Recently released draft federal rule fixes a flaw in the "2005 Travel Management Rule" that made management of snowmobiles optional. But it does little for human-powered winter recreation or sensitive wildlife. The U.S. Forest Service is now taking comments on the draft rule.