The author tries to save the world from doom by listing important energy and climate figures
The grizzly bear population in and around Yellowstone National Park has grown robust enough that the animals are dispersing outwards via habitat corridors like the one provided by the Centennial Mountains.
A cottonwood in a canyon in GS Escalante NM
Built from the ground up, not a pixel transferred, not a line of code spared.
Air pollution over gas fields is sometimes worse than in major cities.
Shooting gnarly chemicals into the ground to release natural gas isn't just for the West anymore.
As gang activity escalates in Indian Country, lawmakers scramble to address the issue.
A monolithic bridge over the Colorado River is nearing completion.
Scientists pinpoint the cause of white nose syndrome, which has devastated Eastern bat populations and could move West
Shakeout from Missouri River flooding includes predictable blame game
We might need a new kind of outdoor guidebook if an outdoorsy drill-here drill-now U.S. Senate candidate gets his way.
The bizarre true story of a tar sands "protest" in Utah headlined by Neil Young and Daryl Hannah
Arizonans try to reclaim a national monument from drug violence, trash and trafficking
Is it worth protecting only half the population of a threatened subspecies?
The future of the West's strictest anti-tax laws hangs in the balance
Oil shale speculation on the western slope may rearrange Colorado water rights in unexpected ways.
Are mining companies paying their fair share for the coal and minerals extracted from public land?
North America's communication towers rack up 7 million bird deaths a year, a new study reports