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Rain, rain, go away

September 17, 1982

Acid rain, which could be exacerbated by oil and gas development, is harming lakes in Colorado and elsewhere in the West.

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Rain, rain, go away
Acid rain, which could be exacerbated by oil and gas development, is harming lakes in Colorado and elsewhere in the West.
Taking aim at the Clean Air Act
How top executives from the largest mining, energy and banking interests in the Rocky Mountains work to ambush the single most important piece of legislation safe-guarding the West: the Clean Air Act of 1970.

News

The murky water of Flaming Gorge
Accelerated eutrophication at Wyoming's Flaming Gorge reservoir has some water experts concerned enough to want a complete study conducted.
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