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Among the many reasons to worry about global warming, one could hit home sooner and more directly than others: The price for your morning cup of coffee could surge as the climate changes...

Montana towns have a new opportunity to protect their schoolchildren from the hazards of lead in drinking water.

Twenty-eight mayors and city staff logged on to discuss how their cities can harness more of the sun's power...

America's colleges and universities are playing a huge role in helping the world transition to 100 percent renewable energy.

Given the alarming ways our climate is changing, doesn't it make sense for automakers to focus on making cars that pollute far less, if at all?

It’s National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week, so let’s take a minute to address one pervasive pathway to lead exposure that everyone in Montana should be talking about: our drinking water.

We can have healthier communities today and a livable future for generations to come -- but to get there, we must change the way we produce and consume our energy. More specifically, we must take major steps to conserve energy and eliminate energy waste.

It’s becoming less likely that future generations will experience the adrenaline rush and sheer wonder that come only from encountering wildlife in the wild. That's why, in a Sept. 5 post on Medium, Environment Montana State Director Skye Borden...

On Sept. 10, California took a big step toward the bright side of history.

Hundreds of thousands of Americans just sent a resounding message in support of one of our nation's most effective conservation laws.