Making a Difference: How Idahoans Can Work Toward a Clean Energy Future

Energy Update | Oct. 7

The Snake River Alliance has posted for free download the third edition of its Idaho Energy Guide, designed to help you engage in important energy planning and decisions that directly affect your power bills and where your electricity comes from. In the utility world, the PUC has set a Nov. 13 hearing in Idaho Power’s […]

Idaho Energy Update | Sep. 30

The NW Energy Coalition, one of the Snake River Alliance’s most treasured partners in advocating for clean and affordable energy in our region, just named our longtime friend Nancy Hirsh as its new Executive Director. Nancy has been a wonderful mentor to Idaho Energy Update and all Idaho clean energy advocates. Meanwhile, the Bureau of […]

On September 21, 2014, people all over the world demanded governments take concerted action to stop climate change.

Idaho Has Much at Stake in EPA Coal Plant Rule

It is by almost any measure one of the most complex, controversial, and far-reaching environmental regulations ever, and Idaho has much at stake in the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s proposal to reduce climate-changing greenhouse gas emissions from existing coal-fired power plants. The fact that there are no utility-scale coal plants in Idaho does not let […]

Photo by Ralph Maughan

Our Radioactive Backyard through Artists’ Eyes

On Thursday, October 16, Snake River Alliance members and supporters can visit the Idaho National Laboratory, which was established in 1949 and covers 890 square miles of eastern Idaho’s high desert plain. Alliance Site tours are excellent opportunities to get a real sense of what has happened and is happening at the Idaho National Lab. […]

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