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This massive new wind project is proof clean energy is doing fine under Trump 28.7.2017 Washington Post
This massive new wind project is proof clean energy is doing fine under Trump
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BLM weighing request to mine 4.1 million more tons of coal in northwest Colorado under Trump’s energy policies 28.7.2017 Headlines: All Headlines
The Bureau of Land Management is weighing whether to allow Peabody Energy to lease new land and mine 4.1 million more tons of coal in northwest Colorado under the Trump administration's energy policies, which include rescinding Obama-era rules that placed a moratorium on coal leases.
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Boulder County added 3.3 jobs for every new housing unit, report says 28.7.2017 Headlines: All Headlines
In the economic recovery, Boulder County added more than three times as many jobs as housing units, creating a severe imbalance in supply to, terrifying heights.
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National conservative group takes aim at reshaping local governments 28.7.2017 Denver Post: News: Local
A well-funded conservative group that for decades has helped state lawmakers across the U.S. write legislation to rein in unions, expand charter schools and lower taxes is now targeting city halls and county governments.
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'Inconvenient Sequel' directors Bonni Cohen and Jon Shenk bring hope to the climate crisis 27.7.2017 LA Times: Commentary

Al Gore kicked off his shoes and jumped onto his couch so he could reach the blinds. With the living room appropriately dark, he launched his ever-evolving slide show about climate change, which he began presenting more than a decade ago. Almost nine hours would pass before he concluded.

Bonni...

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US conservatism expands to final frontier: City Hall 27.7.2017 AP Politics
DENVER (AP) -- For decades, a well-funded conservative group has helped state lawmakers across the U.S. write legislation to rein in unions, expand charter schools and lower taxes....
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US conservatism expands to final frontier: City Hall 27.7.2017 Seattle Times: Top stories

DENVER (AP) — For decades, a well-funded conservative group has helped state lawmakers across the U.S. write legislation to rein in unions, expand charter schools and lower taxes. Now, it’s expanding to the final frontier: normally nonpartisan city halls and county governments, which have become a bastion of liberal resistance to President Donald Trump. The […]
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Noble shares almost halve in value after loss warning 27.7.2017 BBC: Business
The firm has suffered from a collapse in commodity prices and allegations of improper accounting.
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Tribune Editorial: Don’t forget Utah, Outdoor Retailers. The future is still ours. 27.7.2017 Salt Lake Tribune
Utah’s 22-year run as the home of the twice-annual Outdoor Retailer trade show ends this week. Utah’s position as one of the premier locations for outdoor recreation, tourism, economic development and sustainable growth never will. The people who run the businesses that are upping stakes after Saturday, and transferring their flag to Denver, know that. They are just worried that the people who run Utah don’t get it. With respect to our soon-to-depart visitors, the fact is that most of us get it... <iframe src="http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp" height="1" width="1" > </frame>
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Russian prankers get U.S. Energy Secretary Rick Perry 26.7.2017 LA Times: Commentary
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In 1968, Utility Companies Learned About Climate Change—and Did Nothing 26.7.2017 Mother Jones
This story was originally published by HuffPost and appears here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration.  Oil giants like Exxon Mobil Corp. and Royal Dutch Shell aren’t the only corporations that understood what was happening to the climate decades ago and covered that knowledge up. Utility companies recognized that emissions from burning fossil fuels warmed the planet as […]
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Gehrke: Billionaire Kochs may be getting a deal if they buy the U.’s reputation for $10M 26.7.2017 Salt Lake Tribune
I am a Utah man, sir, so it was troubling to see my alma mater, the University of Utah, becoming the latest American university climbing into bed with the Koch Empire. The Charles Koch Foundation joined the Eccles family last week to announce a combined $20 million donation to establish the Marriner S. Eccles Institute for Economics and Quantitative Analysis. It was hailed by U. President David Pershing as a means to produce data-driven research and enhance opportunities for Utah students. But...
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It's time to ditch coal, not clean it 26.7.2017 Washington Post
It's time to ditch coal, not clean it
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26 hours, 29 Trumpian false or misleading claims 26.7.2017 Washington Post
26 hours, 29 Trumpian false or misleading claims
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In federal suit, Boulder seeks $3 million from Xcel for chemical cleanup at 13th Street Plaza 26.7.2017 Headlines: All Headlines
Boulder is seeking to recover damages from Xcel Energy for city funds spent to remove dangerous chemicals in the 13th Street Plaza, where Xcel formerly ran a coal gasification plant.
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Op-ed: Move beyond polarization in making land policy 26.7.2017 Salt Lake Tribune
As Utah-based outdoor companies, we are disappointed by the departure of the Outdoor Retailer show, but we remain committed to the fantastic landscapes of our state and will continue working to bring consensus to the issues that affect our public lands — and the planet itself. Consensus is what makes democracy possible. It involves working with people who don’t see the world the same way you do. Many companies in the outdoor industry are committed to both public land and sustainable business pra...
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Energy: Taxpayer subsidies 26.7.2017 Seattle Times: Opinion

Op-Ed writer Vlad Gutman-Britten is correct in stating that the conversion of the TransAlta power plant from coal to gas should not be subsidized with taxpayer money. Also, the taxpayer-sourced subsidies for electric cars and solar panels must end. Solar-panel owners’ sale of excess electricity from their installations should be at wholesale rates, not retail. […]
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Rick Perry thought he was talking to a world leader about pig manure. It was a prank call. 26.7.2017 Washington Post
Rick Perry thought he was talking to a world leader about pig manure. It was a prank call.
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EPA chief pledges to streamline Superfund pollution cleanups 26.7.2017 Seattle Times: Top stories

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump’s environmental chief issued a list of directives on Tuesday he says will revitalize the federal program that cleans up hazardous waste sites. Environmental Protection Agency chief Scott Pruitt unveiled 42 recommendations from a Superfund Task Force he appointed in March. Among the steps Pruitt outlined will be prioritizing sites […]
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EPA chief pledges to streamline Superfund pollution cleanups 26.7.2017 AP Politics
WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Donald Trump&apos;s environmental chief issued a list of directives on Tuesday he says will revitalize the federal program that cleans up hazardous waste sites....
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