The most recent USGS data shows the state of Montana has a net carbon dioxide emissions of about 2.7 metric tons per year, a number that doesn’t match that of any other state.
Montana is ranked worst among US states for carbon emissions, but it has a relatively low per capita carbon emissions rate of only 4.2 metric tons of CO2 per year.
The state of Wyoming is in the top 5 for carbon emission per capita, but its per capita CO2 emissions rate is only 3.6 metric tons.
In the past, Montana has had some of the most successful land management efforts in the US.
In 1980, the state’s population was about 6.5 million people.
By 2015, it had grown to more than 8 million people and was one of the fastest growing states in the country.
The Montana Land Stewardship Council, the agency responsible for overseeing the state, has said that “land stewardship is a bedrock of Montana’s economy.”
The state’s budget was slashed in the 1990s to make way for the construction of roads and other infrastructure projects.
But the state has been able to sustain the same level of land use, which is good for tourism and recreation, the council said.
If you don’t manage it well, you’re going to run the risk of losing it.””
Land is the most important resource we have in the world and it’s a precious resource.
If you don’t manage it well, you’re going to run the risk of losing it.”