Energy & Industry

Why the Clean Power Plan isn’t a death knell for coal
Why the Clean Power Plan isn’t a death knell for coal
Obama’s new rules won’t knock out the West’s power plants.
Tracking energy’s ‘fugitive emissions,’ from above
Tracking energy’s ‘fugitive emissions,’ from above
Scientists are trying to understand what’s released from the nation’s biggest energy producing regions.
Unlocking the mystery of the Four Corners Methane Hot Spot
Unlocking the mystery of the Four Corners Methane Hot Spot
Scientists zero in on the culprits behind a giant plume of greenhouse gases
Hope for a cleaner energy future
Activist examines past accomplishments and work to come
It was written on the wind
It was written on the wind
Remembering the untimely death of a "downwinder" brother from New Mexico.
Solar setbacks
A controversial Southern California transmission line is unlikely to carry green power
Would you like some DDT with that organic cucumber?
Toxic soil residues can remain on organic farms
High Country Views: Anticline deer decline
High Country Views: Anticline deer decline
Emilene Ostlind talks with former federal biologist Rollin Sparrowe about energy development on the Pinedale Anticline and its impact on wildlife.
Small Nevada tribe sues BLM over coal ash landfill
Ignoring health impacts is a "subtle form of racism"
The supposedly protected Wyoming Range faces new energy development
The supposedly protected Wyoming Range faces new energy development
Roughnecks and hunters are fighting plans to drill for natural gas in the Hoback-Noble Basin of the Wyoming Range.
All hopped up
All hopped up
Organic hop growers are toasting new regulations that require organic beers to use organic hops.
Our forest
Our forest
Hunters in Wyoming's Noble Basin protest proposed gas drilling
Mixing oil and water in California
Mixing oil and water in California
Farmers and the oil industry clash over water in Kern County, Calif.
Weighing the costs of unobtainium
Rare earth metals used for electronics may soon be mined domestically
Pondering palm oil
A ubiquitous ingredient is tied to forest degradation in tropical countries
Drill the parks
Colorado parks look to oil and gas for funding
Fun with factory farms!
An interactive map of animal cities
What's old is new again
Gold price surge raises economic versus environment question
Sunshine and transmission lines
"Green" doesn't keep controversy away
Hardrock Mining Showdown
Hardrock Mining Showdown
In southern Arizona, the Forest Service is debating whether to defy the 1872 Mining Law and stop a controversial copper mine.
Mining Reform: Deja vu again and again
Mining Reform: Deja vu again and again
A 138-year-old law blocks serious hardrock mining reform, despite the untiring work of activists.
Another Tesoro Flare-Up
One more black mark for a black hat oil company.
A just transition to a clean energy future off coal can happen
The real question is how fast and how just?