Going Beyond Political Rhetoric

Together we can shape our Idaho story and show Idaho policymakers that we are ready to face the challenge of a changing climate and find solutions together—the Idaho way.

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Will You Help Salmon Catch a Break?

Salmon and steelhead are greatly threatened by a bill moving through Congress. Please contact Idaho’s federal delegation TODAY and ask them to vote NO.

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A Desperate Grasp for Coal’s Bygone Past

The combined effect of two recent announcements is that Idahoans pay more for something that harms our quality of life. Idaho’s leaders should reject these cynical moves by the White House.

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Drawdown

How do we think about framing an Idaho climate change strategy? Creating one involves considering both global context and local needs.

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#Greentips: Your Fall Energy Checklist

With the arrival of crisp fall days it’s time to start preparing our dens for winter. Make sure your home is cozy, safe, and energy efficient!

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Permit for Largest Proposed Coal Export Terminal in North America—Denied

If the permit survives an appeal, North Idaho communities will be spared an additional 16 trains per day.

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You Can Influence Energy Policy

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

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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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