| by Robert Harris
WRA Applauds Bureau of Reclamation for not rubber stamping damaging Gila River diversion project – clarifying tough hurdles.
| by Gwen Farnsworth
After two years of advocacy, Colorado will soon be getting more clean energy from wind and solar. The Colorado Public Utilities Commission approved Black Hills Energy’s plans to build a new wind project and expand community solar programs near Pueblo, Colorado.
| by Joan Clayburgh
Western Resource Advocates, along with partners at Utah Physicians for a Healthy Environment and HEAL, proposed four new rules to reduce industrial air pollution in Utah.
| by Steve Michel
New Mexico Governor Susana Martinez released a State Energy Plan for New Mexico. The Plan has some good features, but also some very bad ones. Overall, it’s a mixed bag.
| by Linda Stitzer
Water conservation, water reuse, agricultural irrigation water efficiency, reductions in near-stream water pumping, and water policy changes are needed to keep the Verde River healthy and flowing.
| by Jon Goldin-Dubois
There are more serious implications to climate change that have begun to affect others around the world. We know that we need solutions. We need to solve problems, not debate science.
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