Westerners need to prepare for the next economic bust by
saving money from today’s energy boom, just as black bears
store calories in the form of fat in order to get through the
by Paul Larmer,
Nov 28, 2005
The author attends a peculiar reunion, a meeting with the former Exxon executives who pulled the plug on oil shale three decades ago.
by Andrew Gulliford,
Jul 18, 2012
Hydraulic fracturing's extraordinary appetite for water is creating friction between North Dakota's farmers and drillers.
by Nicholas Kusnetz,
Aug 06, 2012
The EPA under George Bush has put the health of Westerners at risk in order to make life easier for big industry.
by Rebecca Clarren,
Dec 20, 2008
George Bush’s BLM will leave a legacy of air pollution in oil and gas producing states, especially Utah.
by Keith Kloor,
Dec 22, 2008
In The Legend of Colton H. Bryant Alexandra Fuller recreates the life of a young man who was killed on a drilling rig in Wyoming.
by Francisco Tharp,
Aug 18, 2008
Ten years into the energy rush, the West is beginning to
think about its impacts on the region’s land, air, water and
by Greg Hanscom,
Mar 07, 2005
Randy Udall’s friend Charlie has spent his life drilling for oil and natural gas.
by Randy Udall ,
Aug 03, 2008
Can gas drilling and clean air co-exist?
by Cally Carswell,
Sep 10, 2012
Ambitious schemes to build railroads and ports to ship Powder River Basin coal abroad will bring pollution and traffic to communities along the transport path, who are rising up in protest.
by Ray Ring,
Jul 24, 2012