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The crisis in energy: confront or cooperate?

April 13, 1973

The energy industry is increasingly offering to cooperate with environmental groups and conduct joint studies of areas like the Powder River Basin, but many environmentalists are skeptical of the industry's intentions.

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The crisis in energy: confront or cooperate?
The energy industry is increasingly offering to cooperate with environmental groups and conduct joint studies of areas like the Powder River Basin, but many environmentalists are skeptical of the industry's intentions.

News

Rancher reprimanded for eagle incident
Acting Secretary of Interior John Whitaker has issued a letter of reprimand to Dean Visintainer, a rancher who pleaded guilty to shooting several golden eagles from an aircraft in northwestern Colorado.
The year of the tule elk
Pending federal legislation would establish a wildlife refuge in California's Owens Valley for tule elk, a subspecies of North American elk that once thrived on the east side of the Sierra Nevada Mountains.
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