In 2012, the Powder River Basin Resource Council published a six-point plan to protect Wyoming’s groundwater.
Wyoming lawmakers seek new government-to-government relations in China in pursuit of advanced coal technology.
“If I could build it with a hammer, I would.” — North American Vice-President Brad Enzi, March 2007 before the Campbell County Commission.
The Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality did not allow for enough public input before giving an underground coal gasification project preliminary approval to pollute an aquifer, U.S. EPA said late last month.
Bent on dismissing the urgency for the U.S. to address climate change, and reflexively insisting that coal is the victim of an anti-development agenda, Wyoming leaders are now in a sort of slow-motion realization that their argument has won — so far — and as a result Wyoming’s economic workhorse is losing its U.S. utility market — perhaps for a long, long time...