User: irge304 Topic: Energy Extraction
Category: Uranium Mining
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The Energy 202: EPA holds summit on dangerous chemicals after delayed report 22.5.2018 Washington Post: Politics
PFAS are on the agenda.
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Kazakhstan Plans IPO of World's Largest Uranium Miner 17.5.2018 Wall St. Journal: World
Kazakhstan plans to sell at least 25% of the world’s largest uranium miner this year, the centerpiece of an effort to open up the economy of the former Soviet republic sandwiched between China and Russia.
Boost to nuclear-power: Two Australian firms in talks to export uranium to India 2.5.2018 Front Page – The Indian Express
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In Colorado governor’s race, Ken Salazar backs Cary Kennedy 1.5.2018 Headlines: All Headlines
Former U.S. Sen. Ken Salazar has endorsed Cary Kennedy’s bid for governor -- a big score for her campaign with the Democratic primary less than two months away.
License revoked for western Colorado uranium mill 1.5.2018 Denver Post: Business
State officials have revoked a radioactive materials license for a company proposing to build a mill to process uranium from local mines in western Colorado.
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Low runoff into Colorado River could threaten endangered fish, complicate work for water managers 5.4.2018 Denver Post: News: Local
Federal officials told regional water managers last week not to plan on coordinated reservoir releases this spring to help endangered fish in the Colorado River near Grand Junction as there's likely not going to be enough water.
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Why does Saudi Arabia want to spend billions to enrich its own uranium? 19.3.2018 Washington Post
An interview with Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has reawakened fears of a nuclear arms race in the Middle East.
Former coal lobbyist on tap for no. 2 spot at EPA 17.3.2018 Minnesota Public Radio: News
The man hoping to help lead the Environmental Protection Agency, Andrew Wheeler, is a former lobbyist for coal and natural gas companies, including Xcel Energy. As a young EPA lawyer, he worked on hazardous chemical rules.
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Housing, arts space slated to replace Boulder’s 42-year-old Bustop strip club 9.3.2018 Headlines: All Headlines
At the northeastern tip of Boulder, on the lot that's currently home to the Bustop Gentlemen's Club, developers intend to knock down the strip club's building and construct in its place 53 affordable housing units and 3,000 square feet of artist space.
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Trump plan ends research on uranium mining near Grand Canyon 9.3.2018 AP National
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) -- U.S. scientists studying the effects of uranium mining around the Grand Canyon say they are lacking information on whether the radioactive element is hurting plants, animals and a water source for more than 30 million people....
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Here’s Why Republicans Stopped Talking About a Uranium One “Whistleblower” 9.3.2018 Mother Jones
A former FBI informant who GOP lawmakers have claimed could implicate the Clintons in the so-called Uranium One scandal failed to produce any evidence of wrongdoing by the Clintons or anyone else during a February 7 interview with staffers of three congressional committees, Democrats on the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee say in a summary […]
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West used lizards to spy on us: Iran 13.2.2018 Hindu: News
‘Individuals brought reptiles to gather information on nuclear installations’
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Colorado weighs whether to let Cotter hand off long-undone uranium cleanups 1.2.2018 Headlines: All Headlines
Colorado officials are weighing whether to let Cotter Corp. operators of a defunct uranium mine  west of Denver -- which has contaminated groundwater and a creek above a drinking water supply reservoir -- transfer ownership and responsibility for cleanup to a newly formed local company.
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Man fatally shot in east Denver; two wounded 28.1.2018 Denver Post: News: Local
Denver Police are investigating a second fatal shooting in the city in three days, after responding early Sunday morning to the 6600 block of Leetsdale Drive where one man was found dead of apparent gunshot wounds.
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Norman Stauffer, inventor of camera autofocus, dies at 85 28.1.2018 Denver Post: Business
Scientist Norman L. Stauffer, considered the inventor of autofocus for slide projectors and cameras, has died in Boulder at age 85.
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Across metro Denver, pit bull bans have been on the books for years. Now, one community might change that. 28.1.2018 Denver Post: All Political News
Castle Rock this week will wade into an issue that has vexed metro Denver for decades -- should the town lift its ban on pit bulls, a prohibition it has had in place for more than a quarter-century? The town has scheduled an open house for 6 p.m. Wednesday where residents can learn details about Castle Rock's breed-specific ban and what might replace it, along with other animal-related topics such as the potential to allow backyard chickens and bees.
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Q&A with U.S. Forest Service chief Tony Tooke, who sees collaboration as key to improving public lands 28.1.2018 Denver Post: Outdoors
Tony Tooke, chief of the U.S. Forest Service since last fall, visited the Outdoor Retailer Snow Show to meet broaden the coalition of people working to improve and recreation on public lands. That collaboration is top of mind. So are wildland fire fighting budgets.
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When parenting and entrepreneurship collide: Colorado business owners inspired by their kids 28.1.2018 Denver Post: Business
There are plenty of entrepreneurs who are parents. Then there are the ones who start a company because they are a parent. They have a different inspiration: their kids.
Michael Bennet, Jared Polis put forth bill to bolster protection for more than 98,000 acres of federal land in Colorado 28.1.2018 Denver Post: Outdoors
As the outdoor recreation world rallied in Denver, two of Colorado’s leaders in Washington offered a plan to bolster protection for more than 98,000 acres of federal land in Eagle and Summit counties.
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Former Rockies pitcher dies in Venezuela amid lack of medication 28.1.2018 Denver Post: News: Local
A former Colorado Rockies and Florida Marlins pitcher died in his native Venezuela of pneumonia that baseball colleagues say was made worse by medicine shortages in the crisis-wracked nation.
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