Helena, 10/17/2017. 350 Montana released two reports that it commissioned on climate change and the future of renewables in Montana. The reports come out in conjunction with a five city tour and a series of panel discussions across the state entitled: Renewables For Montana, or Not?
Puget Sound Energy (PSE) and the State of Montana have made an agreement that could close the last two coal-fired units of a coal-burning facility in Montana known as the Colstrip Power Plant.. The new agreement calls for the final two Colstrip coal units to be paid off in 2027 – nearly 20 years sooner than expected.
350 Montana is a co-sponsor for 23 showings of “The Inconvenient Sequel:Truth to Power” between August 18 and 30 at the Roxy in Missoula.
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To: Mayor John Engen
President Trump has decided to pull the US out of the Paris climate agreement. … 350 Montana would like you to repudiate the President’s action and become one of our nation’s courageous “Climate Mayors.” We ask that Missoula join over 200 other cities in pledging to achieve the commitments of the Paris Climate Accord …