User: flenvcenter Topic: Policy and Governance-Regional
Category: Government :: National
Last updated: Jul 11 2020 05:20 IST RSS 2.0
 
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Federal ruling on Weld County emissions could make life harder for oil and gas industry 11.7.2020 Denver Post: Local
A federal appeals court ruled Friday that an emissions-heavy section of northern Weld County -- currently excluded from limits on air pollution imposed on the Denver metro area -- should be counted, potentially ratcheting up pressure on the oil and gas industry to operate more cleanly or cut output.
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Forest Service orders Colorado train to stop fire mitigation 3.7.2020 Headlines: All Headlines
The U.S. Forest Service shut down an extensive fire mitigation project after raising concerns about the number of trees being cut down and sold to a logging company in southwestern Colorado.
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This popular waterfall hike joins the list of Colorado trails being loved to death 2.7.2020 Denver Post: News: Local
One day in May, more than 900 cars parked along the road near the trailhead, which only has to small parking lots.
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This popular waterfall hike joins the list of Colorado trails being loved to death 2.7.2020 Denver Post: Outdoors
One day in May, more than 900 cars parked along the road near the trailhead, which only has to small parking lots.
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The only catfish native to the Western U.S. is running out of water 1.7.2020 Current Issue
The Yaqui catfish was going extinct. Then came the border wall.
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Citing racial bias, San Francisco will end mug shots release 1.7.2020 Denver Post: National News Headlines
San Francisco police will stop releasing the mug shots of people who have been arrested unless they pose a threat to the public, as part of an effort to stop perpetuating racial stereotypes, the city's police chief announced Wednesday.
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Wildland firefighters are risking their mental health 29.6.2020 Current Issue
As climate change lengthens fire seasons, can the government do enough to protect them?
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Colorado drinking water tested for “forever chemicals” did not exceed limits, health officials say 24.6.2020 Denver Post: Local
State health officials on Tuesday announced that statewide water sampling found that no treated drinking water tested for toxic fluorochemicals, known as "forever chemicals" because of their resistance to breaking down over time, exceeded the Environmental Protection Agency's health advisory level.
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Kafer: Breaking the cycle of prejudice 20.6.2020 Denver Post: Opinion
Can we create a space for redemption?  Am I naïve to think that more positive face-to-face interactions will help break that pernicious cycle?
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State orders coal company to cease expansion of West Elk Mine into roadless area near Paonia 19.6.2020 Denver Post: Local
The company that owns and operates the West Elk Mine near Paonia was ordered by the Colorado Division of Reclamation and Mine Safety Thursday to stop building new roads in a roadless area where it plans to expand coal mining operations.
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The West’s invisible menace: Microplastics 18.6.2020 High Country News Most Recent
‘Just because we can’t see them in front of us, doesn’t mean we’re not breathing them in.’
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Ditch campgrounds. Here’s your basic guide to dispersed camping in Colorado. 18.6.2020 Headlines: All Headlines
Thinking about dispersed camping in Colorado? Here are the basic rules to follow, resources available and where to pitch a tent.
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Ditch campgrounds. Here’s your basic guide to dispersed camping in Colorado. 18.6.2020 Denver Post: Entertainment
Thinking about dispersed camping in Colorado? Here are the basic rules to follow, resources available and where to pitch a tent.
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Black Americans bear the brunt of Trump’s environmental rollbacks 17.6.2020 High Country News Most Recent
The connections between the environment, race and the COVID-19 crisis are many.
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Bureau of Land Management investigates a new Bundy ranch project 16.6.2020 High Country News Most Recent
Ryan Bundy is allegedly building irrigation structures in Gold Butte National Monument.
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Vulnerable Republicans flip their stance on conservation bill 15.6.2020 High Country News Most Recent
Ahead of the elections, two senators champion the Land and Water Conservation fund, showing the political power of public lands.
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The Forest Service should embrace a full-time workforce 15.6.2020 High Country News Most Recent
Permanently investing in firefighters would improve the health of employees and the landscapes we protect.
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Supreme Court rules LGBT people protected from job discrimination 15.6.2020 Headlines: All Headlines
The Supreme Court ruled Monday that a landmark civil rights law protects LGBT people from discrimination in employment, a resounding victory for LGBT rights from a conservative court.
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Questions surround Pebble Mine’s environmental review 12.6.2020 High Country News Most Recent
As a decision on the open-pit mine nears, documents acquired through the Freedom of Information Act unveil agency critiques.
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With Cory Gardner leading the charge, Senate takes up Great American Outdoors Act 10.6.2020 Denver Post: National News Headlines
Colorado senators are leading a congressional push to pass landmark conservation legislation that would deploy $9.5 billion to maintain overrun national parks and permanently direct $900 million a year for outdoor recreation on public lands.
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