Energy & Industry

Gunnison sage grouse gets divisive 'threatened' listing
Gunnison sage grouse gets divisive 'threatened' listing
The decision upsets enviros and industry alike.
Analyst challenges predictions for Western oil booms
Analyst challenges predictions for Western oil booms
North Dakota and Texas fields could be at a fraction of current productivity by 2040, says a new report.
Water use is lower than it's been in 45 years
Water use is lower than it's been in 45 years
U.S. population has grown by 105 million people since 1970, yet we somehow shrank our water footprint.
Native Farmers and Ranchers
USDA publishes data on Indigenous Americans involved in agriculture for the first time!
Beanstalk 2013
A Portland skyscraper will host a living garden down its side.
Green energy isn't always popular
Local opposition to solar and geothermal proposals
Is this the nuclear renaissance?
Utah town debates a nuclear power plant.
Cows vs. RATs
Grazing fees hardly change; campers and hikers pay extra.
The costs of coal
A new report touts coal -- and ignores its negatives
Frackin' Fears
Report raises (yet more) concerns about drilling chemicals
Urban oilscape
Urban oilscape
Photos at the Center for Land Use Interpretation document Los Angeles's urban oil fields.
Unobtainium
Is the stuff of movies coming to a theater near you?
Safe(r) CX
At long last, the DOI reins in oil and gas development.