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Is China’s path to more CO2 emissions an excuse for inaction or a reason to cut U.S. emissions?
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Pete Gosar says there’s more to Wyoming’s energy challenges than simply suing EPA.
The Citizens Equal Rights Alliance described treaties between the U.S. and Native Americans as “historic memorabilia.”
What on earth makes Enzi believe that Cliven Bundy is above following a court order that any other American citizen would have to obey?
Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead says he understands the market realities of climate and coal, but remains “skeptical” of climate warnings.
For Wyoming’s economy — and for the world’s climate-prone populations and environment — the market-only and no regulation approach may be too little too late.
An emissions permit first issued in 2003 for the proposed Two Elk power plant is in question because of minimal construction and no financing.
EPA’s goal is to write a rule that reduces Earth-warming CO2 emissions without threatening energy reliability. The Obama administration wants its rule to avoid significant …
“The capacity to increase coal production and the capacity to increase natural gas production is there, given the right market circumstances,” said Wyoming State Geological …
Looking back at this flare up, I’m struck by how much flash and heat is concentrated on conjecture when there’s so much more of substance …
Lawmakers introduce bills to fight EPA and define reservation boundaries as other parties prepare to negotiate
The Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality did not allow for enough public input before giving an underground coal gasification project preliminary approval to pollute an …
As a century old issue roils Riverton and the Wind River reservation, the state says EPA got the law all wrong
The tribes will be treated as a state and given authority to monitor air quality 50 miles beyond the borders of the reservation, including the …
So long as Congress continues to fail to address climate change through comprehensive legislation, those who care about avoiding a climate crisis are left …
Coal industry workers from Wyoming and other states shared their views at an Environmental Protection Agency meeting in Denver.
Two years ago, Gov. Mead blamed federal inaction on energy policies for delaying a $100M partnership with GE to advance technologies for Wyoming coal.
Documents show that Heather Zichal operated behind the scenes as EPA prepared to release its findings that fracking had contaminated groundwater in Pavillion.
The accusation is related to a dispute between Wyoming and EPA over how Wyoming will meet federal requirements to reduce regional haze.
Pavillion residents left out of groundwater pollution negotiations could take issue with Gov. Mead’s charge that Wyo. got excluded from regional haze talks.
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