Items by terrays

What dreams shale come
A new report, and the inevitability of shale development.
Going it alone
Threatened by climate change, Alaskan native villages receive little help from the federal government.
Give me your huddled masses...
...but send your sick back to Mexico.
In salty, seaside beaver ponds...
...endangered salmon thrive.
John Sutter's paramour was named Manuiki
Bet you didn't know this about the Gold Rush.
Get to know the locals
From Encana and the Colo. Division of Wildlife: a video for oil and gas workers.
Blocked by concrete or killed by climate?
Will hydro dams save salmon?
Watts or Wildfire
Southern California utility stirs up controversy by asking rate payers to choose.
Subterranean seltzer water
Study sheds new light on natural C02 storage.
Climate change is easy money
Ranchers cut right to the chase.
Fire from the faucet
Colo. residents find methane in their kitchen sinks.
Salvaging the "Fire Service"
Congress gives the FLAME Act another go.
Shale tests the waters
Upper Colorado claim draws out the stakeholders.
Crossed purposes in Wyoming?
New carbon capture rules in the land of coal, and gas, and...
The rich black allure
Obama administration discards Bush oil shale leases; plans for its own.
Put up yer dukes
Business group digs in against western cap-and-trade.
Climate Bale Out
Washington prof. proposes simple carbon fix: toss crop waste in the sea.
A different outdoor game
$50 million environmental fix for the border fence is just an opening play.
Managing a busted climate
A federal report warns abrupt ecosystem changes will pose new challenges for resource agencies
A midnight lease on the mesa
An appeal filed today challenges a hasty permit revision for Arizona's Black Mesa Complex.
Shell game
Oil shale speculation on the western slope may rearrange Colorado water rights in unexpected ways.