Energy & Industry
A new study from the Energy Information Administration finds the Clean Power Plan speeds coal’s decline.
USGS now says the region has the nation’s second-largest reserves, but a flush market means little will change for now.
Legislators say wind needs to pay its fair share, but critics fear a higher tax could drive energy—and revenue—away.
Urban sprawl, energy development, agriculture and forestry have an ever-larger footprint on the West.
- Edward Ernest on Trekking across Colorado’s fragmented wildernesses
- Brad Bardwell on A tax on carbon pollution faces surprising opposition
- David W Hamilton on The bid for Bears Ears
- David W Hamilton on Comb Ridge parcel sold to highest bidder
- David R Smith DVM on Ranch Diaries: Two years into Triangle P Cattle, we’re coming into our own