If you're concerned about climate change and its effect on our state, the power to make a difference is in your hands. Federal legislation and advocacy is important, but it's equally important — or more so — to remind ourselves what we are fighting for.
ildfires and their increased air pollution, unprecedented heat waves, drought with water shortages - Montana experienced all of these this year. As health professionals, we are concerned about climate's impact on the people and communities we care for.
New US and EU tariffs and other restrictions on ‘dirty’ steel and aluminium could presage a climate-focused trade war. China can help avoid this and boost the climate change fight by pressing the WTO to take up the steel overcapacity issue.