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SRA Takes Fight to D.C.

The fox is truly guarding the apple blossoms in Washington, DC, this year. So the Snake River Alliance will field a team of five volunteer activists to fight…

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Do You Think Global and Act Local?

When you make a gift to the Alliance your financial participation helps stop the climate crisis and nuclear proliferation. That’s a heavy lift. But members of the Alliance are…

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INL – Come see it for yourself

On Thursday, November 3, the Snake River Alliance will be sponsoring a tour of the cleanup work at the Idaho National Laboratory. Come see – Ongoing exhumation of plutonium…

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‘Solarize the Valley’ Sparks Interest Among Those Wanting to Move to Clean Energy

 As we reported in our last Idaho Energy Update, a bold new partnership between Idaho’s first clean energy advocacy organization and two popular solar power installers continues to…

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Idaho PUC order derails much of Idaho solar generation

The Idaho Public Utilities Commission on August 20 issued an order that solar power developers warned for months will end most utility-sized solar developments in Idaho. This case…

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For Idaho, the Real Opportunities Begin With Our New Clean Power Plan

The long-awaited national Clean Power Plan has been released and is still being sliced and diced every which-way to see how Idaho and other states will be affected….

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First-of-a-Kind Partnership Brings Electric Vehicle Charger to Boise Whole Foods

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The trend toward electric vehicles in Idaho continues to gain steam – or rather volts  – thanks to a collaborative effort among the Snake River Alliance, Whole Foods,…

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We Said No. We Meant No. Let’s Say It Again.

Say It to the Department of Energy In January the Governor and Attorney General indicated their willingness to open Idaho to shipments of commercial spent nuclear fuel despite…

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INL Accident Highlights Concerns

On October 23, 2014, one worker at the Idaho National Laboratory received internal radioactive contamination. The so-called “contamination event” was not reported to the public or State of…

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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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