You Can Influence Energy Policy

There are two cases that you can weigh in on right now!

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Atlanta Gold Again Found Guilty of Illegal Arsenic Releases to Boise River

Defunct Mine in Headwaters of Boise River Hit with $502,000 in Penalties

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Meet the Heltons

There are so many reasons you too might want to become a member of ICL!

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Congress Takes Aim at Our Forests

These bills would make sweeping changes to reduce public participation, prioritize extraction over other uses such as maintaining wildlife habitat, and undermine citizens’ ability to ensure compliance with the nation’s bedrock environmental laws.

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Where There’s Smoke, There’s Fire—and Public Health Concerns

Breathing hazardous levels of smoky air not only irritates our eyes and throats, it can present health risks.

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Avista Handcuffing North Idaho to Sinking Coal Ship

Since the 1980s, Avista has forced its customers to pay for coal-generated electricity produced by the Colstrip power plant in Montana. Time for Avista to stop relying on Colstrip.

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Utility Move Punishes Customers for Doing the Right Thing

Idaho Power hopes to target “net metering” solar customers. Unfair rates could punish Idaho’s ingenuity, damage our economy and lead to more pollution.

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Ten Idaho Lakes Currently Have Toxic Algae Blooms—What??

What are toxic algae blooms and why are they popping up all across Idaho?

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Soleless (But Not Soulless) in the White Clouds

On the first day of a several day trip into the White Clouds Wilderness, I was taught an important lesson: never skimp on hiking shoes.

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Cecil Andrus: A Remembrance

The day that Cecil Andrus died, I was in the White Clouds beneath Castle Peak, surrounded by the legacy of the man who saved the place from becoming an open-pit mine.

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