EPA Clean Power Plan
The Sonoran Institute prepares a statement on today's release of the U.S. EPA's Clean Power Rules in order to discuss the platform for our study to be released next month. We will reveal how large-scale solar can do far more in meeting the EPA's emissions targets than originally envisioned in the rule.
2013 Annual Report - Connections
The Power of Connections
Connecting. It is what distinguishes our unique and successful approach to conservation and community development in the West.
Geographically focused on the arid West of the U.S. and northern Mexico, the Sonoran Institute engages in collaborative approaches to conservation issues such as growth, energy, climate change, land and water use, and public policy. The Institute works toward a vision of a West with healthy lands, resilient economies and vibrant communities where:
- civil dialogue and collaboration are hallmarks of decision-making
- conservation and prosperity go hand-in-hand
- people and wildlife live in harmony
- clean water, air and energy are assured
Projects in Montana, Idaho and Wyoming and home to the Institute’s Northern Rockies Legacy Program.
Projects in Colorado and our Western Colorado Legacy Program
Projects in Arizona and home to our Sun Corridor Legacy Program.
Projects and home to our Colorado River Delta Legacy Program.
The Institute promotes initiatives and reforms to give counties, communities and public-land managers tools, authority and funds to better manage growth, ensure sustainable resource use, and protect our natural heritage
Scientists, economists, planners, and other Institute experts and partners develop sound information and analysis to assist decision-makers and citizens and to support the Institute’s work
Community-based training and follow-up to give local officials and engaged citizens information, skills and tools to successfully lead their communities through growth & change