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Roundtable set to mull strategic push for Wyoming coal

Roundtable set to mull strategic push for Wyoming coal It’s no secret that many people in Wyoming are on edge about the future of the coal mining industry. That’s why the University of Wyoming’s School of Energy Resources has called for a roundtable discussion, “Powder River Basin Coal: Domestic Challenges and International Opportunities,” to be held from […]

Posted inThe Pitch, Uncategorized

Roundtable set to mull strategic push for Wyoming coal

Roundtable set to mull strategic push for Wyoming coal It’s no secret that many people in Wyoming are on edge about the future of the coal mining industry. That’s why the University of Wyoming’s School of Energy Resources has called for a roundtable discussion, “Powder River Basin Coal: Domestic Challenges and International Opportunities,” to be held from […]

Posted inEnergy Report, Power to the People

Energy policy: Take it from Wyoming

In reality, the question we must wrestle with is how much environmental degradation are we willing to accept on our public lands and in the air we breath? It appears that Wyoming’s elected leaders do not want to have that conversation. Instead, Gov. Mead and his fellow Republican governors put out a “state-centric” energy policy for the entire nation — a hubristic approach to energy policy for a nation that the world looks to for leadership.