News Release | Environment Montana

Montana Businesses Stand Up for Climate Action

During the current UN climate change conference (COP24 12/3-14), Montana Conservation Voters Education Fund with Environment Montana are pleased to announce a panel discussion in Bozeman to showcase a growing movement among businesses within Montana who have signed onto the WE ARE STILL IN campaign.

News Release | Environment Montana

America's top scientists say climate change's impact is getting worse

The just-released update offers more proof that we as a nation need to develop strategies right away to mitigate the effects of climate change, or face increasingly dire consequences.

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...

It's Time to Take Charge of Your Energy Use

By | Skye Borden
State Director

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.

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Climate Change and Coffee

In the coming years, the cost of those beans and that morning cup of Joe could begin to rise as climate change shrinks the world’s coffee growing regions. And that holds implications for both coffee drinkers in Missoula and those who’ve built a business around the coveted bean.

How will you act on climate this year?

By | Skye Borden
State Director

That’s the question we asked at Sunday Streets Missoula this weekend, and we loved seeing your responses.

News Release | Environment Montana

Environmental groups lament feds’ decision to repeal Clean Car Standards

Environment Montana joined with the Sierra Club and Mom's Clean Air Force to criticize the Trump administration's move to roll back clean car standards. 

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Groups says Montana lags behind other states in renewable energy

North Dakota, South Dakota, Wyoming and Idaho have all experienced huge amounts of growth in wind generation in the past decade, causing them to leapfrog over Montana in total production.

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Report: Montana falling behind nation in transition to renewable energy sources

While Montana’s congressional delegation hailed passage of a bill to extend the license for a hydropower dam on the Rocky Mountain Front this week, a new report suggests the state is falling behind the nation in pursuit of clean energy.

News Release | Environment Montana Research & Policy Center

Despite recent progress, Montana lags behind on renewable energy

Montana is falling behind the rest of the nation on clean energy, according to a new report released today by Environment Montana Research & Policy Center. 

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