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Tour highlights Smart Ditch, hydro-power and organic farming -- Glenwood Springs Post Independent

From the Glenwood Springs Post Independent (Amy Hadden Marsh):

, a civil engineer for the Natural Resources Conservation Service, which cosponsored the tour, told over two dozen participants that…

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EPA's Clean Power Plan: New plants and the Iron Law

Austin, July 26, 2014 — The Clean Power Plan is a first-ever set of regulations put together by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) that specifically targets controlling greenhouse gases to reduce global warming. 935 more words


Climate and Energy Links - Jul 2014

Some things I’ve come across recently:
New mega-map details all the ways climate change will affect our everyday lives.  We’ll need more resources like this to help personalize climate change effects.  406 more words

Global Warming

Rising energy costs and insecurity show EU must get real about reducing demand - by Prof John Barrett, University of Leeds, Dr Andrew Smith, UCL and Dr Steve Sorrell, University of Sussex

In proposing a 30% rather than a 40% energy demand reduction target, the European Commission is increasing the risks that European Union member states face from fossil fuel dependence and slowing the economic and social benefits of better insulated homes and lower energy bills. 568 more words

Energy Policy

Stephen Moore's Ridiculous Anti-Clean Energy Rant

Hard right-winger Stephen Moore took a break from pushing debunked trickle-down economic policies to take a pathetic shot at clean energy.  Let the stupid begin. 429 more words

Northern Water: The first C-BT Project water was released from Horsetooth Reservoir into the Poudre River on this day 63 yrs ago #ColoradoRiver

The first C-BT Project water was released from Horsetooth Reservoir into the Poudre River on this day 63 yrs ago. pic.twitter.com/35mCZ5S5xp

— Northern Water (@northern_water) …

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Public comment period open for Cotter Mill license

From The Pueblo Chieftain (Tracy Harmon):

Public comment is being accepted on the process of licensing the Cotter Corp. Uranium Mill until decommissioning is complete. A total of six new documents are available for comment until Sept.

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