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The Natural Resources Defense Council works to safeguard the earth - its people,
its plants and animals, and the natural systems on which all life depends.
The streets are hardly choked with traffic, but this Northern Rockies locale sees plenty of other good reasons to get more of its commuters out from behind the wheel.
The Ute Mountain Ute tribe is working to free itself from fossil fuel dependency—and preparing to help solarize the rest of the state, too.
NRDC and other environmental and public health groups are suing to stop an extraction project (the first of its kind in the United States) proposed by the Estonian company Enefit.
Food waste and food insecurity are two sides of the same coin. This creative initiative aims to tackle both.
A push for more animal bridges and overpasses is aimed at reducing the number of collisions between vehicles and wildlife.
In the small city of Great Falls, residents push back against a Big Ag plant that would consume 3.5 million gallons of water—and produce 102,995 pounds of waste—per day.
Citing poor air quality and high asthma rates, local environmental advocates are pushing for a cleaner ride to school for their children.
Cobalt mining and other interests lay claim to Grand Staircase–Escalante and Bears Ears National Monuments, rankling local communities tied to these lands.
Environmentalists, the recreation industry, and lovers of the state’s great outdoors push back against new mine developments threatening their waters.
As the fish disappear, native peoples are looking for solutions lest they lose a way of life too.
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