Boise to Run on 100% Renewables by 2030

This commitment by the City of Boise sets a clear marker for other communities and agencies to rally around.

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September Membership Drive: Keeping Idaho Wild

Become a member of the Idaho Conservation League to help us protect what you love about Idaho. This year, we are celebrating the 50th anniversaries of the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act and the National Trails System Act!

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Tips for Use of Lighting to Enhance Our Dark Skies

Light pollution wastes billions of dollars each year in energy consumption, contributes to greenhouse gas emissions, and harms human health and wildlife. But there are easy solutions.

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Large Livestock Operations Avoid Reporting Air Pollution Needed for Public Health and Safety

Citizens deserve to know what pollution they’re being exposed to, and this data should not be kept secret.

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Better Fuel Economy Standards Threatened by Proposed EPA Rule

Weaker fuel economy standards needlessly threaten our health, economy and environment — tell the EPA why you support fuel-efficient vehicles.

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The Folly of Fossil Fuels

As we succeed in closing coal plants, utilities argue that natural gas and transmission lines are the next best alternatives. But events this summer show the folly of doubling down on fossil fuels instead of investing in Idaho’s clean energy resources.

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You Have the Power to Protect Our Air

It’s hot out there! A few simple choices allow you to flex your power to stay cool, save money — and protect our clean air and climate.

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Summer’s the Perfect Time to Explore Alternative Transportation Options

Walking, biking, buses….oh my! There are plenty of alternative transportation options out there. Discover your favorite this summer!

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Another Month, Another Desperate Attempt to Bail Out Coal

The Department of Energy wants to force purchases of coal and nuclear power. With the abundance of affordable, reliable clean energy options in Idaho, investing Idaho’s energy dollars in our own resources instead of out-of-state coal plants is the right strategy for our state.

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EPA’s Pruitt Comes to Idaho

Because of all the incredibly horrible press, I was expecting someone other than who I saw. I expected a bumbler and Scott Pruitt is certainly not that (well, at least when it comes to environmental rollbacks). In short, he’s a pro, and environmental policy is in for a very rough ride.

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