User: flenvcenter Topic: Regional Issues
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Last updated: Jun 10 2019 20:13 IST RSS 2.0
 
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A dam’s true legacy 10.6.2019 High Country News Most Recent
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Environmental victories don’t guarantee economic justice 14.2.2019 High Country News Most Recent
Without a just transition, the Navajo Generating Station closure will have harmful consequences.
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Arizona coal plant's electric train rolling toward uncertain future 1.9.2017 azcentral.com | business
The 78 miles of track may be the only asset that survives a complex negotiation over the future of the power plant and the mine that supplies ...
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What the Navajo Generating Station will leave behind 20.3.2017 Current Issue
Cleaner air, wounded economies.
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The West’s coal giant is going down 14.2.2017 High Country News Most Recent
7 things you need to know about Navajo Generating Station’s 2019 closure.
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Bankrupt Peabody Energy wants to pay execs up to $12 million in bonuses 5.8.2016 Denver Post: Business
Peabody says the bonuses are warranted in light of the fact that the success of its restructuring requires "extraordinary efforts" from its leaders.
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Bankrupt Peabody coal hires legal icon Laurence Tribe to fight climate plan 14.6.2016 Headlines: All Headlines
Peabody Energy Corp. is set to pay President Barack Obama’s Harvard Law School mentor $435,000 this year to help the bankrupt coal producer challenge the administration’s signature environmental law.
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Peabody coal files for bankruptcy protection 14.4.2016 Salt Lake Tribune
St. Louis • Peabody Energy, the nation’s largest coal miner, filed for bankruptcy protection Wednesday as a crosscurrent of environmental, technological and economic changes wreak havoc across the industry. Mines and offices at Peabody, a company founded in 1833 by 24-year-old Francis S. Peabody, will continue to operate as it moves through the bankruptcy process. However, Peabody’s planned sale of its New Mexico and Colorado assets were terminated after the buyer was unable to complete the deal... <iframe src="http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp" height="1" width="1" > </frame>
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San Juan forest use study is in works 6.7.2015 Durango Herald
Because of the popularity of forest recreation from the West Fork of the Dolores River to Rico, the San Juan National Forest has decided a travel-management plan will undergo a more rigorous Environmental Impact Study.Derek Padilla, Dolores district ranger, said the EIS was needed because the lesser environmental assessment study...
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How Native Americans have shaped the year's biggest environmental debates 17.12.2014 High Country News Most Recent
And how lawmakers can improve their record next year.
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Dayplanner Saturday 15.11.2014 Durango Herald
Meetings and EventsFour Corners Veterans Stand Down event, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.,La Plata County Fairgrounds, 2500 Main Ave.Artisan’s Holiday Gift Show & Sale, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Oak Room of the Strater HotelHoliday Craft Fair, 9 a.m.-3 p.m., TARA (Tiffany, Allison, Rosa, Arboles) Community Center, 333 Milton Lane...
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The rural, quirky Oklahoma Panhandle 30.3.2014 Durango Herald
KENTON, Okla. x2013 The Oklahoma Panhandle has never been for the faint of heart. Before becoming a part of Oklahoma Territory, this strip known as No Manx2019s Land was a haven for outlaws and land squatters. Later, during the Great Depression, severe drought and blinding dust storms turned the region into the Dust Bowl. The...
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Navajo Nation’s purchase of a New Mexico coalmine is a mixed bag 7.1.2014 From the Blogs
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Peabody mine expansion coincides with Navajo and Hopi artifacts battle 20.12.2013 From the Blogs
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Pro-coal arguments win the day at Denver EPA hearing on CO2 regulations 4.11.2013 From the Blogs
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Navajos round up at least 248 horses 20.8.2013 Durango Herald
GALLUP, N.M. x2013 Navajo Nation rangers have rounded up numerous horses on the reservation under an operation conducted as part of the tribex2019s response to the continuing drought.A natural resources law-enforcement official says at least 248 horses were seized through Thursday, and additional horses were seized in operations...
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Here comes the sun? 7.3.2013 From the Blogs
Coal plant's closure could mean renewable energy for tribes
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Water is life for the Navajo Nation 22.2.2013 Writers on the Range
The Navajos need clean renewable-energy projects, not polluting coal-fired power plants.
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Existential nomad: A profile of author Ruben Martinez 19.10.2012 Current Issue
The author asks questions about life in the desert West -- who belongs there, and what belongs to whom.
Rodeo-Chediski Fire: Painful memories linger 18.6.2012 azcentral.com | Arizona Republic Front Page
A decade later, images of the Rodeo-Chediski Fire remain seared in the memories of those who fought it, feared it and fled it.
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