Hundreds of people interested in the future of clean energy gathered in Las Vegas recently to join discussions and hear thoughts from President Obama as part the 8th annual Clean Energy Summit hosted by Senator
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) recently unveiled its Moab Master Leasing plan, which could guide energy development away from sensitive areas that are too wild to drill, including some of Utah’s most beloved landscapes like Arches and
The National Park Service will celebrate its 99th anniversary this month by waiving the entrance fee at all 408 of its parks, monuments and other sites, a prelude to the agency’s centennial celebration in 2016.
New guidelines released by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) would have lasting benefits for our health and our climate by reducing wasteful emissions of methane during oil and natural gas production.
Southwest Colorado's Animas River is closed to the public, and nearby towns have issued state of emergency orders, after a toxic spill from an old gold mine transformed the river into an orange mess of sludge on Aug. 6.