The Impact of Climate Change on Montana’s Outdoor Economy

Power Consulting for the Montana Wildlife Federation / by Thomas Michael Power and Donovan S. Power

[Montana Public Radio] A new study predicts climate change could threaten some 11,000 Montana jobs and almost $300 million in outdoor labor earnings by 2050.

The Montana Wildlife Federation commissioned the father-son consulting team of Tom and Donovan Power to produce the report…

The study concludes that climate change-related droughts, fires and floods will eventually lead to fewer big game hunting, fishing and snow sport opportunities…

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