It's 2018 and we're ramping up climate action
New in the Missoula Current:
Sustainable Missoula: Local nonprofits team up for new weekly column
Find all the columns from the 2018 "Sustainable Missoula" series HERE.
Climate Smart Missoula in the news recently:
These lightweight, solar-powered, packable lanterns are our only swag. The large lantern even doubles as a phone charger so you can keep taking photos in the back country! If interested, email us, or stop by 103 Hickory. Small lanterns are $25 or 2 for $40, Large are $40.
Our River Trail Shade Shelter is much loved and appreciated. Learn about this here.
The People's Climate March and Rally Missoula was incredible. Thanks to all the groups that organized this and to everyone who came and especially to the next-gen voices: Brave, articulate, inspiring. Check out this great article, short video, and photos here.
Our Director, Amy Cilimburg (right), was honored by NWF, MCV and friends with the 2017 Montana Women in Conservation Award. Read the Missoula Current article.
Wahoo! Our first-ever Community Greenhouse Gas Inventory is now available. Head here for the report and here for the Missoula Current article.
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Why Cities and Communities?
April Strong support: environmental initiatives + local govt.
March 31. Climate Progress, with our without...
March 29. Climate Action will thrive at state, local...
Dec. 6. Cities are central to any any serious plan to tackle climate change
Sept. 21. Cities offer a great platform to bring about change.
March 3. Energy Secure Cities initiative launched.
Nov. 16. American cities keep fighting climate change.
October. Top 10 Urban Innovations 2015
September. Low carbon cities are a $17 trillion opportunity worldwide.
TREES in Missoula. We need them for shade and health. More HERE.