Energy & Industry

Is Denver the Houston of the Rockies — again?
Is Denver the Houston of the Rockies — again?
Even greenie hotspots get their economic mojo from fossil fuels.
A plan for California desert conservation comes online
A plan for California desert conservation comes online
Will it stop more solar and wind projects from being built in the wrong places?
War of the words
War of the words
New oil and gas ‘codebook’ aims to help the public muddle through the fracking debate
What the Nuclear Boosters Don't Tell You
The toxic legacy of uranium mining in Grants, N.M.
Down on copper mine
Controversial Arizona proposal delayed.
Hot potato hunt
Mickey D's searches for new star spud for their famous fries.
Keeping uranium out of the Grand Canyon
Three groups file suit to prevent mine okayed in 1988.
The law of necessity
Necessity is no defense of bogus BLM bids
Wyoming - the Uranium State?
A uranium renaissance arrives in Wyoming
A cleaner coal?
A cleaner coal?
Proponents say that underground coal gasification could produce cleaner energy, but some environmentalists have their doubts.
Frack 2, Scene 1
Frack 2, Scene 1
New York City fights drilling in its watershed, and even some energy executives say the industry needs to be more transparent about the chemicals used in hydraulic fracturing.
A Western Town, Contaminated
Notes from a Montana town soaked in mining poisons
Metalpalooza '09
Metalpalooza '09
Metals mining is making an unexpectedly dramatic comeback in the West.