Oil and Gas Injection Wells Could Soon Be Coming to Idaho

Should IDWR or the EPA manage Class II oil and gas wastewater injection wells in Idaho. We have some questions that need to be answered.

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#Greentips: Time to Rethink Recycling!

China plans to ban imports of many recycled materials in 2018, upsetting the recycling system in the United States. Here is how you can help.

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Help Boise Improve Building and Energy Codes!

By updating codes to current standards, the city of Boise is helping us have safe, affordable homes while reducing future climate pollution.

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Cleaning Energy by Challenging Coal Plants

ICL cannot agree to ask Avista customers to pay for unnecessary and ineffective pollution controls for Colstrip that will not address climate change.

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Rudolph Is Feeling the Heat!

Our changing climate can seem overwhelming, making any simple actions we take seem meaningless. Nothing is further from the truth. Let’s all make smart choices so we can save Rudolph’s home!

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Forest Discussion Moves To Senate

The Senate should prioritize funding for fuels-reduction efforts around communities, boost funding for roads and trails, expand the Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Program and fix the wildfire budget.

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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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