Today's activists need to get more involved in protesting the environmental profiteering that is destroying our planet.
by Tim Lydon,
Dec 15, 2011
The industry hopes Wyoming's coal bonanza lasts another 100 years. But mining's peaks and valleys have never been entirely in its control.
by Marshall Swearingen,
Jun 10, 2013
High Country News prides itself on
keeping close to the ground, but for this special issue, we look at
the energy boom in the West from a global perspective
by Greg Hanscom,
Dec 12, 2005
The federal Energy Department and the state of Wyoming
have challenged Montana’s plan to establish pollution
controls for coalbed methane wells
by Sarah Gilman,
Mar 20, 2006
Global markets could keep Powder River Basin coal flowing overseas for decades to come.
by Jonathan Thompson,
Jul 25, 2011
The largest drilling boom in Western history is ending as new technologies make it easier to get shale gas from other parts of the country.
by Randy Udall,
May 01, 2009
In the presidential election this fall, sportsmen are
likely to be split between those who vote for wildlife, and those
who vote for the gun
by Tom Reed,
Oct 11, 2004
The Bureau of Land Management is handing out public-lands
drilling permits like a McDonald’s drive-through with a
hyperactive "Order Assembly Target."
by Matt Jenkins,
Feb 07, 2005
Wyoming’s runaway energy boom is taking on toll on
the state’s land, especially when the industry’s salty
wastewater spills or leaches into the ground
by J.M. McCord,
Mar 07, 2005
A state task force says pollution regulations for coalbed
methane wells are severely under-enforced in Wyoming
by Josh Garrett-Davis,
Nov 24, 2003