Montana Governor’s climate panel forwards recommendations for reducing greenhouse gas emissions

Climate change

Gov. Steve Bullock’s Climate Solutions Council officially reached the halfway mark in its deliberations this week with the approval of a suite of draft recommendations designed to bring greenhouse gas emissions from Montana’s electrical grid to net-zero by 2035.

Those recommendations will go to the public for comment on Jan. 31, kickstarting the second phase of the council’s work as it rushes to meet the June 15 deadline Bullock set for a finalized Montana Climate Solutions Plan.



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