News Release | Environment America

Just-Passed House Budget Threatens our Health, Our Environment And The Pristine Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

The U.S. House of Representatives just passed a 2018 budget. In response, Environment America D.C. Office Director Anna Aurilio issued the following statement: "The just-passed House budget threatens the health of our environment and our families. In addition to drastic cuts in some of the programs most vital to protecting America's air and water and our families' health. Adding insult to injury, the House budget also included instructions to the House Natural Resources Committee aimed ultimately at allowing drilling in the pristine Arctic National Wildlife Refuge."

News Release | Environment Montana

Environment Montana Hits the Trail to Fight for Climate Action

This summer, Environment Montana took a “Trailhead Tour” around the state to raise awareness about the impacts of climate change on Montana’s public lands. On Wednesday, the group ended its campaign with a group hike to the top of Missoula’s Waterworks Hill. 

News Release | Environment Montana Research & Policy Center

Parents put Get the Lead Out toolkit on their “back to school” list

With “back to school” in full swing this week, Environment Montana today offered a new toolkit to help parents, teachers, and administrators Get the Lead Out of schools’ drinking water.

News Release | Environment Montana

Interior Secretary Zinke Recommends Eliminating Portions of America’s National Monuments

If U.S. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke’s recommendations to eliminate parts of existing national monuments are accepted by President Donald Trump, some of our pristine lands and waters will lose protection from mining, drilling and overfishing. 

News Release | Environment America

Zinke’s DC neighbors call on him to keep public lands in public hands

More than 130 neighbors of U.S. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke have put up signs in their front yards calling on the secretary to protect America’s national monuments.