Coal Plant Closures

Regardless of rhetoric, for Idaho clean energy still just makes sense.

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Greentips: Getting from Point A to Point B

ICL is challenging you to consider how you get from point A to point B while reducing your environmental impact. Join our #greentips #transportation challenge!

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Executive Order vs. the Realities of Climate and Energy

It’s time for us to stand up for ourselves and take action to protect the air we breathe and our beloved state of Idaho.

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Boise, Did You Hear the Dirt on Compost?

Curbside compost is taking trash and recycling to another level, making Boise a model for other cities around the region and beyond.

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Idahoans Want to Address Climate Change

Some politicians may be trying to hide from climate change, but Idahoans are not.

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Spring into Clean Energy

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Greentips—Let Technology Reduce Your Footprint

Throughout 2017, we are focusing on lowering our carbon footprint. Join us in this effort! Let’s challenge each other to live life more fully and commit to improving our health, our well-being and our local communities. To make it easier, we offer #greentips in four areas this year—energy, transportation, food and water. January through March is all about reducing energy use.

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“Fast and Furious” at the Statehouse

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Defying Common Sense

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Driving Away Air Pollution

Electric cars are becoming affordable and practical. Whether they are hybrids or full electric cars, any reduction in fossil-fuel burning protects our local air quality and climate.

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