Our Own Climate Idaho, Part 2

Part 2 of Pat Ford’s thoughts on what Idahoans should do about climate change.

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President Signs Boulder-White Clouds Wilderness Bill

This morning, President Barack Obama signed the Boulder-White Clouds bill into law, days after both the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives unanimously passed the legislation.

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Idaho Conservation League Applauds Passage of Boulder-White Clouds Wilderness Bill

The Idaho Conservation League celebrates passage of the Sawtooth National Recreation Area and Jerry Peak Addition Act (known as the Boulder-White Clouds wilderness bill) through the U.S. Senate.

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Boulder-White Clouds—It’s Done!

With the greatest understatement, this is an amazing story. And it’s only because of the tireless work of many, many people—over generations. But most of all, it is testament to what an amazing place this is.

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Live Monumental with KEEN

KEEN has launched a national campaign to rally support for protection of 3 million acres of the places we play.

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Salmon in Hot Water This Summer, Literally

This summer our salmon are struggling through hot river water with reports of 50% or more dying before they return to Idahome. Let’s give the salmon a hand by cutting carbon pollution and protecting the Boulder White Clouds.

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“Greenprinting” for Growth in North Idaho’s Bonner County

ICL and is working with the cities of Sandpoint and Ponderay as well as Kaniksu Land Trust and Trust for Public Land to create a “Greenprint” for the Greater Sandpoint Area that will help protect special places as North Idaho grows.

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Our Own Climate Idaho

Pat Ford on how we start to think about responding to climate change in Idaho.

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Uptick in Oil Trains Spells More Risk

Recent news reports chronicle an increase in oil trains in the Pacific Northwest, the latest derailment of a Bakken crude oil train, Republican reversals on oil train safety, and a continuation of reporting rules to benefit communities.

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Update from the Delta

Despite hardships, the Clark Fork River Delta Restoration Project moves forward thanks to the tenacity of the crew and volunteers.

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