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Everyone has something to say about something these days, on blogs, Twitter and Facebook. All fine and dandy. But there's another way to get heard: by putting your two cents on the record through what's known as the public comment period.
Despite claims by oil and gas companies, the truth is that we can have both more responsible energy development and common sense protections for western lands.
We've driven to Heart Mountain, and were chilled by the desolate majesty of the locale. The mountain itself is a powerful image, one that adds an iconic feel to this camp.
Let us celebrate that greatest of human endeavours - the incredible ability to take flight - with a selection of our favourite bird's eye views of earth.
Apparently, it's open season on the Endangered Species Act -- a law that for nearly 40 years has successfully prevented the extinction of plants and animals and helped threatened populations recover.
To equate "freedom" with a mineralized conglomerate of fossilized ferns is, quite simply, silly.
In an important ruling by its state Supreme Court, Wyoming has reversed a lower court's refusal to hear a petition by a lesbian couple seeking to end the marriage they entered into in Canada.
Those of us in the environmental movement aren't high school sophomores feeling jilted by their first crush. Most of us liked Obama a lot. But when the political going got a little tough, Obama didn't.
Living underneath a mountaintop removal mining operation in the Coal River Valley in West Virginia, Bo Webb has emerged as one of the most important frontline voices in the coalfield justice movement.
Several times recently, we've heard this argument: When it comes to securing America's energy future, we need "all of the above" -- coal, oil, gas, nuclear, solar, wind, and so on. That is a not an energy policy; it's a cop-out.
Energy analysts are still staggering around for an answer to the Obama administration's news in Wyoming's coalfields to greenlight the mining of an estimated 750 million-2.4 billion tons of coal on public lands.
Next time you buy an iPod, don't forget to add the CO2 cost of moving coal from Powder River Basin, Wyo., to Guangzhou, China.
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Last week, Glenn concluded that Islam would soon be united as a caliphate stretching from Iran west to Morocco, and that Obama and George W. Bush were complicit in this plot. Why is he devoting so much air time to this subject?
The 6-year-old me thought that Dinosaurs were way cooler that some dude on a horse with a hat and a gun. Luckily Jim Owen, the author of The Try, saw things differently.