Magazine
Dirty air a health hazard in 30 areas of West

June 2, 1978

While air pollution is generally not considered to be a problem in the West (with the obvious exceptions like Los Angeles and Denver), all Western states have areas that do not meet minimum federal clean air standards.

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Dirty air a health hazard in 30 areas of West
While air pollution is generally not considered to be a problem in the West (with the obvious exceptions like Los Angeles and Denver), all Western states have areas that do not meet minimum federal clean air standards.
Alaska: how the House was won
A Sierra Club employee recounts his initiation as a lobbyist during the congressional battle over the Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act.

News

Political rapids rock proposals for wild rivers
After stretches of eight Western rivers -- including Idaho's Salmon River and Colorado's Dolores River -- were included in an omnibus wild and scenic rivers bill at the recommendation of President Jimmy Carter, the bill is caught in the perilous whitewater of Congress.
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