Join Idaho Conservation League and the Idaho Chapter of the Sierra Club to learn about the latest news on PacifiCorp’s and Idaho Power’s non-compliance with air pollution rules at their Wyoming coal plant, how it is threatening visibility at treasured places like Yellowstone and Grand Teton, how it relates to our clean energy goals, and how YOU can take action by sending a comment to the EPA before the deadline this month.
As weather and climate-related events worsen, Idahoans can expect to see more delays, closures, and expensive repairs to roads and bridges. Increasing the resiliency of Idaho’s transportation system is of utmost importance for our economy.
For those who care about salmon, orca, and Tribal justice, now is the time to advocate. For leaders who claim to care about these things, now is the time for action. Together, we can make 2022 a year for salmon, and for so much more.
The Idaho Conservation League (ICL) today filed a lawsuit in federal court against the U.S. Forest Service for failing to comply with environmental laws when it approved the 20-year “Sage Hen Integrated Forest Restoration Project.”
On November 20, we joined with our allies and Tribal representatives at the Idaho State Capitol for a vigil to mark the 30th anniversary of the listing of sockeye salmon on the Endangered Species List.