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Draft Forest Planning Rules: A first look

February 14, 2011
The much-anticipated draft Forest Service land use planning rules were released today. There is much to like about the new draft rules but, as with...
Colorado River delta.

Colorado River: Time for action

November 3, 2010
Being realistic about supply, and tough on demand, seems the best way to manage the Colorado River moving forward.
Climate, Energy, Water
Wind energy and the Navajo.

Sustainable energy: Wind balkers in Navajo country

October 30, 2010
shale gas plays in the united states

Shale Plays in the Intermountain West: Legal and Policy Issues

October 19, 2010
Is shale gas the answer to our nation's energy crisis?

Kerry-Lieberman: Thoughts

May 27, 2010
Senator Graham pulled out, so it is no longer a tri-partisan effort, more like a Frankenstein of good intentions and unrealized ambitions. What was...
Climate, Other

Too Many Leaks, Too Few Answers

May 17, 2010
Last month an oil rig in the Gulf of Mexico exploded and caught fire. Following the initial explosion the underground pipes from the rig continued to...
Climate, Water

Office of Surface Mining Seeks Comments on Oversight Policy – Our...

December 10, 2009
The Office of Surface Mining has requested public comments on a general plan to make oversight more effective. Everyone who cares about the impacts...
Climate, Other
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