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At 54.5 mpg, a big step forward for clean cars.

Last year, after Environment Montana and our sister organizations delivered more than 10,000 public comments in support of cleaner cars, President Obama announced the outline of new clean car standards covering cars and light trucks through 2025. The new standards will require new cars to achieve a fleet average of 54.5 miles per galllon, which will amount to the single biggest step this country has ever taken to end our addiction to oil and tackle global warming.

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Could your state require solar panels on homes? | Bret Fanshaw

How California’s new rule could revolutionize rooftop solar

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News Release | Environment Montana

Nationwide Lead Contamination is Worse Than Previously Thought

Lead contamination in our schools is more pervasive than previously thought, according to water testing data in Montana and from 19 other states published by Environment America and U.S. PIRG today in an interactive map

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News Release | Environment Montana Research & Policy Center

Ryan Zinke urged to abandon plans for uranium mining near the Grand Canyon

As many families hit the road for summer vacation season, Environment Montana Research & Policy Center issued a new report highlighting the dangers of uranium mining near some of our country’s most iconic destinations. 

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Report | Environment Montana Research & Policy Center

Grand Canyon at Risk

Uranium mining has left a toxic trail across the West—including at the Grand Canyon itself. To protect the Grand Canyon, its residents, the millions of people who visit each year and the millions of Americans who drink from the Colorado River, the surrounding lands should remain closed to new uranium mines.

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