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.


Study Shows Air Quality a Worthy Concern for Montanans

A new study of air quality shows that wildfire smoke and fuel pollution may be happening more often than you realize. The study was published by advocacy group Environment Montana Thursday. It reveals that, according to Environmental Protection Agency data, Lincoln County and Ravalli County were in the top 10 for the most unsafe air days.

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Environmental Group on Air Pollution

The Environment Montana Research and Policy Center has released a city-by-city report on air pollution in Montana. Director Skye Borden and Hardin, Montana pediatrician Lori Byron held a telephone press briefing on Thursday to discuss the causes and effects of air pollution in the state.

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News Release | Environment Montana Research & Policy Center

Progress on Energy Storage Can Expedite Montana's Shift to Clean Energy

According to a new white paper released today by Environment Montana, the rapid growth of less expensive wind and solar energy, combined with a 100-fold decline in battery costs since the 1990s, has led to a six-fold increase in energy storage capacity (excluding pumped hydropower) over the past decade.  

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Report | Environment Montana

Making Sense of Energy Storage

Energy storage technologies can be an important part of that electric grid of the future, helping to assure reliable access to electricity while supporting America’s transition to 100 percent renewable energy. This report explains how energy storage works, where and when it is necessary, and how to structure public policy to support the appropriate introduction of energy storage.

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Looking Back on our Trailhead Tour -- and Looking Forward to Climate Action | Skye Borden

As the summer comes to a close, we share some of our favorite pictures from our Trailhead Tour. 

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