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Alliance Launched To Save Bees

Sixty-five chefs, restaurant owners and other culinary leaders joined us to launch the Bee Friendly Food Alliance. Through the Alliance, chefs and restaurateurs are calling attention to the importance of bees to our food supply, the dramatic die-off of bee populations, and the need to protect our pollinators. LEARN MORE.

Report | Environment Montana

Wind Energy For A Cleaner America II

America’s wind power capacity has quadrupled in the last five years and wind energy now generates as much electricity as is used every year in Georgia. Thanks to wind energy, America uses less water for power plants and produces less climate-altering carbon pollution.

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News Release | Environment Montana

Power Plants are Montana’s Largest Source of Carbon Pollution

A new report from Environment Montana Research & Policy Center finds that power plants are Montana’s single largest source of global warming pollution, contributing as much as 57 percent of our total carbon emissions. 

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News Release | Environment Montana

Glacier National Park at risk of logging, road-building - Environment Montana exposes bills moving in U.S. House of Reps

Environment Montana released a new report today revealing that pristine areas in Glacier National Park could be at risk of logging and road-building if bills moving through the House of Representatives are signed into law.  The report, “Trashing our Treasures: Congressional Assault on the Best of America,” exposes a startling trend of legislative attacks on our nation’s treasured places, like Glacier.

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Report | Environment Montana

Trashing Our Treasures: Congressional Assault on the Best of America

National parks, forests and public lands are essential for maintaining healthy ecosystems, safeguarding our waterways, cleaning up the air we breathe, protecting wildlife habitat, and providing opportunities for Americans to connect with the outdoors. Recreation and tourism on public lands also contributes to a $646 billion outdoor industry economy that supports 6.1 million jobs. This report showcases that Glacier National Park and surrounding wilderness areas in Montana is at risk of resource exploitation and development if attacks on our public lands are signed into law.

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