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Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI) respects your right to privacy and is committed to maintaining your confidence and trust. We do not sell or rent any information you provide us through our website. The following privacy policy is to inform you about the ways in which we collect and use this information.

RMI does not collect any information from you without your knowledge and permission, and we do not ask that you enter any personal information to access or use most areas of www.rmi.org. However, in order to use some of the tools and functions, such as submitting online donations, you must enter some identifying information. RMI does not disclose this information to anyone except to manage our website and database with the help of service providers, who are subject to a non-disclosure agreement. Information you provide RMI is stored in a secure location and is accessible only by designated staff.

Updating Your Information

You can update the information we have on record for you by emailing us and specifying what you would like changed. If it's your first time visiting RMI, you'll can subscribe here to recieve our weekly newsletter and other communications from time to time.

Communications from RMI

If you have opted to receive any of our publications by email you are able at any time to unsubscribe by clicking a link that appears in the email publication itself. This system is automated - The automated unsubscribe link is your fastest option, manually emailing us can take up to 10-14 business days. If you have any trouble at all you can email us directly to unsubscribe.

Secure Transactions

When you donate to RMI via our website your donation information is encrypted and transmitted via a secure (SSL) connection. RMI uses your credit card information only for the purpose of processing your donation. We will not disclose this information except as necessary to process your donation and we do not store it once your donation has been processed.

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