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Survey Says: Idahoans Buy Into Climate Change as Fact

Stop us if you’ve heard this one before. Yet another public policy survey shows most Idahoans believe climate change is real, underscoring one of the most glaring disconnects…

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Newspaper Series Offers Glimpse into How Idaho Leaders View Climate Change

A collaborative series of articles by four Idaho newspapers featured a healthy helping of Idaho climate change information – especially as viewed through the eyes of decision makers…

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Who Says Idahoans Don’t Believe in Climate Change?

Ever wonder how many Idahoans believe climate change is actually happening, whether humans have anything to do with it, how we compare with those in other states or…

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Snake River Alliance: EPA Clean Power Plan a Huge Step in Fighting Climate Change

“It’s clear that the Obama Administration and the Environmental Protection Agency listened to the concerns of states like Idaho that the Clean Power Plan as drafted posed difficult…

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Idaho, Coal Plants, and the Clean Power Plan

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is about to roll out one of the most sweeping and complex environmental programs ever – the Clean Power Plan, designed to sharply…

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It’s crunch time for solar power in Idaho!

We need all hands on deck to support clean energy at the PUC on June 24 and 30! The Snake River Alliance has been alerting you for months…

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Poll: 44 Percent of Idahoans Believe Climate is Changing & Call it a Crisis

Forty-four percent of Idahoans believe the climate is changing and that climate change is a “crisis,” according to a survey by pollster Dan Jones & Associates and commissioned…

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To meaningfully address climate change, we must reject nuclear power

 

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Idaho Needs a Plan to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Ken Miller’s guest opinion calling for action on climate change in Idaho was published in the Idaho Statesman on February 25.  He states, “In its draft Clean Power…

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