The Missoula Clean Energy Expo on October 20 featured speakers who unveiled Missoula’s plans for 100% renewable energy targeting a 2035 date. Speakers included Mayor John Engen …
A few papers in the Midwest and West had op-eds (or articles or letters to the editor) about the trial that were a little slanted against us. Can you write a Letter to the Editor, if you see something you think is unfair? Or can you jump into the online comments section, and try to offer a climate-friendly perspective?
On Tuesday, October 09, Brian Henning, Gonzaga University Professor of Philosophy & Environmental Studies; Chair of Environmental Studies presented a talk and slide show about “Why Spokane Voted to Go to Renewable Energy“.
Over 250 people gathered at Anderson Park on South Higgins in Missoula, Sunday, Sept. 9, for a climate rally and march. After music by Jack Gladstone and a half dozen speeches, most of them marched to the north end of the Higgins bridge where several participated in a drum circle.