Western Resource Advocates (WRA) will work with leaders in Montana to develop an analysis of emission reduction opportunities in the state that could lead to compliance with a proposed regulation by the Environmental Protection Agency to reduce global warming emissions from existing power plants. WRA has the technical expertise and relationships with key stakeholders, well positioning the organization for conducting a credible and useful analysis that can help inform and guide decision making by Montana state officials and regulators, advocates, and neighboring states.
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Western Resource Advocates protects the American West’s land, air, and water to ensure vibrant communities exist in balance with nature. The organization works with local communities and partners to research and advance conservation practices and protections for wildlife corridors, rivers and lakes, air and water quality, and wildlands of the U.S. West, addressing challenges such as wildfire and climate change. (Western Conservation Substrategy: Advance Conservation Protections; Climate Substrategy: U.S. National Policy)