The Environmental Quality Council wants to know what Montanans think about climate change and a proposed state plan to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions.

The bipartisan council made up of lawmakers and citizens is reviewing the 54 recommendations included in a “Montana Climate Change Action Plan” released last November by the Governor’s Climate Change Advisory Committee. After a thorough analysis of the report, the council may suggest legislation based on some of the recommendations.

Montanans are invited to take part in a survey about the report on the Legislative Branch Web site at

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