Study: Warmer days and nights, warmer winters, hotter summers are all in store. “These are things we already see happening, and we can expect that to get more intense as we go forward.”
Fixing Wyoming’s economy, stopping climate change and embracing new approaches are all more important than the special interests of a privileged few, opines our guest columnist. That’s why she favors the Rail Tie Wind Project.
New research shows wildfire smoke may not be contributing to climate change as much as previously expected. But as fires worsen, the impact on a warming planet could increase.
The Biden Administration’s climate executive order can mark a new beginning and a better future for Wyoming, if we take advantage of the support it offers for coal communities and plan for the future.
Cost savings, self-reliance drive local renewable energy and efficiency investments as the state confronts budget crisis.