Some public officials sign letter supporting climate action plan
As we told you earlier this week, at least 43 Montana public officials recently signed a letter supporting actions within the President's National Climate Action plan to address climate change.
Some of those actions include adopting pollution controls, investment in renewable energy research and development and creation of climate adaptation strategies.
Democratic state representative Doug Coffin, of Missoula, is one of those to sign the letter. Coffin is a professor of molecular genetics at the University of Montana.
In this evening's feature interview with Edward O'Brien, Coffin says he believes there's little doubt the planet's climate is changing.