| by Joan Clayburgh, Communications Director
The 2017 Nevada Legislature has embraced a groundswell of support for clean power in considering a number of bills this session that will restore Nevada as a leading renewable energy state.
| by Joro Walker, General Counsel
A serious health hazard, just like air pollution from combustion, dust is a source of fine particulate matter—extremely small particles that, when inhaled, affect the heart, blood vessels, and lungs.
| by Ken Wilson, Engineering Fellow
A clean energy future is more than just new wind and solar arrays—it requires innovations in our transmission and distribution systems. A new battery and solar project in Utah represents an important step for Rocky Mountain Power.
Countering Fear with Action – Challenging the Trump Administration’s Stance on Environmental Protections
| by Jon Goldin-Dubois, President
For many who are passionate about protecting the places we love, who are concerned about climate change, and who understand that our great rivers are the lifeblood of the West, the new direction of the federal government is understandably causing fear and concern.
| by Drew Beckwith, Water Policy Manager
If we choose a path of innovation and collaboration, Arizona can reach a stable Colorado River supply.
| by Bart Miller, Healthy Rivers Program Director
We’ve had a sound first year implementing the Colorado Water Plan, and now we need our state Legislature to fund more action on the plan.