Legislative Update: Governor Says Climate Change Is Real

Gov. Little said it himself — climate change is real. It’s been a wild week for the legislators, passing their first bill and debating funding for wolf hunts.

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Clean Energy Won in 2018, Coal Lost

This year serious people and major corporations made serious decisions to use clean energy.

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Idaho Needs a State Track Inspector Before BNSF Second Bridge

Why don’t we have a state railroad track inspector in Idaho? How do we know BNSF is capable of containing an oil spill during spring runoff?

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Finding Common Ground To Restore the Snake River

ICL is working to make the Snake River fishable and swimmable again. To do that, we must better understand the successes and challenges that impact farmers, canal operators and others who are working to restore the Snake River.

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Idahoans Are Taking Action on Idaho’s Changing Climate

Don’t be disheartened. Act now! We have the time and the ability.

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Clean Energy and Hurricanes

The aftermath of Hurricane Florence demonstrates that distributed clean energy is far more resilient than fossil fuels that pollute.

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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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