Roundup Friday October 2, 2009

1.  Utah travel:  Four-wheelers live to conquer Moab—Tom Wharton, SLT 10/2/09

2.  Utah’s water year just short of 30-year average—Patty Henetz, SLT 10/1/09

3.  Utah Wildlife Board dealing with bison overload—Brett Prettyman, SLT 10/1/09

4.  Farm Bureau says wilderness lands not truly open to grazing—Jeff Robinson, KPCW 10/1/09

5.  Senate climate bill drops ‘cap and trade’ term—Casper Star-Tribune 10/1/09

6.  Navajo leader seeks grant for power plant—Susan Montoya Bryan, AP, Santa Fe New Mexican 10/1/09

7.  Environmentalists rile tribes—Felicia Fonseca, AP, The Durango Herald 10/1/09

8.  Study pushes for solar homes in Texas—AP, Dallas News 10/1/09

9.  Some tribes at odds over coal plants—Dennis Wagner, USA Today 10/1/09

10.  Climate bill hinges on Ohio’s Sen. Brown—Alexander Bolton, The Hill 10/1/09

11.  EPA proposes curbs on industrial greenhouse gases—Jim Tankersley, Los Angeles Times 10/1/09,0,6322700.story?track=rss

12.  Kerry takes marquee on climate bill—Lisa Lerer, Politico 10/1/09

13.  EPA to crack down on greenhouse gas emitters—Dina Cappiello, AP, San Francisco Chronicle 10/1/09

14.  Some tribes at odds over coal plants—Dennis Wagner, USA Today 10/1/09

15.  Coloradan pleads not guilty to artifact charges—Keith Coffman, SLT 9/30/09

16.  Snake Valley water deal could kill Utahns, docs warn—Patty Henetz, SLT 9/30/09

17.  Some worry wilderness measure could hurt schools—Lisa Schenker, SLT 9/30/09

18.  Alta debates open space, houses—Rosemary Winters, SLT 9/30/09

19.  Canals will always pose risks, panel warned—Patty Henetz, SLT 9/30/09

20.  American Indians focus of new Utah curriculum—Wendy Leonard, Deseret News 9/30/09

21.  UMA takes stand against Snake Valley water deal—John Daley, KSL 9/30/09

22.  Red Rock bill gets first congressional hearing tomorrow—Jeff Robinson, KCPW 9/30/09

23.  Ritter:  Take time on water transfers—Joe Hanel, The Durango Herald 9/30/09

24.  Blazing Shovels—Jon Kovash, Mountain Gazette #159 September 2009

25.  Environment-US: Advocates fight mountaintop removal—Matthew Cardinale, IPS 9/30/09

26.  Plan outlines removal of four dams on Klamath River—Jesse McKinley, The New York Times 9/30/09

27.  EPA moves to curtail greenhouse gas emissions—John M. Broder, The New York Times 9/30/09

28.  Apple expands environmental disclosures—Joe Hutsko, The New York Times 9/30/09

29.  Sens. Boxer, Kerry brace for delicate talks as climate bill emerges today—Ben Geman, ClimateWire, The New York Times 9/30/09

30.  Rio bullish on potential at Bingham Canyon—Eric Onstad, Reuters, Yahoo! News 9/30/09

31.  Senators ready a bill on greenhouse gasses—Juliet Eilperin, Washington Post 9/30/09

32.  Grunts and gurgles signal love for grouse—Christopher Joyce, NPR 9/30/09

33.  Senate unveils plan to reduce emissions—Christopher Joyce, NPR 9/30/09

34.  Rocky Anderson to champion Red Rock bill—Matt Canham, SLT 9/29/09

35.  America’s Red Rock Wilderness first hearing—Emery County Progress 9/29/09

36.  Tester pitches forest bill—Matt Gouras, AP, Montana Standard 9/29/09

37.  West sees alternative energy scramble—Paul Foy, AP, Casper Star-Tribune 9/29/09

38.  Vilsack appreciates ‘unique situation’ driving Colorado on roadless rule wildfire mitigation—John Tomasic, The Colorado Independent 9/29/09

39.  Nanomaterials under study by the EPA—Cornelia Dean, The New York Times 9/29/09

40.  White House wants tougher rule on toxic substances—Dina Cappiello, AP, The Washington Post 9/29/09

41.  Curtain rises on Senate struggle over climate change—John M. Broder, The New York Times 9/29/09

42.  Contraception fights global warming—Frances Kissling, 9/29/09

43.   Alternative energy projects stumble on a need for water—Todd Woody, The New York Times 9/29/09

44.  Once upon a time, Democrats and Republicans worked together on the Senate EPW panel—Darren Samuelsohn, ClimateWire, The New York Times 9/29/09

45.  Carbon offset kiosks help air travelers ditch guilt—Rori Gallagher, NPR 9/29/09

46.  Hurricane officially opposes cap and trade—Mark Havnes, SLT 9/28/09

47.  Tester presents forest bill in Bozeman—Jodi Hausen, Bozeman Daily Chronicle 9/28/09

48.  Hurricane leaders deny climate change—AP, Fox 13 Now 9/28/09,0,6113692.story?track=rss

49.  Utah congressmen dueling over proposed dam—John Hollenhorst, KSL News 9/28/09

50.  Poll shows Utahns support wilderness areas—Amy Joi O’Donoghue, Deseret News 9/28/09

51.  Feds seek to settle Bush-era lawsuits over shale policies—Dennis Webb, The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel 9/28/09

52.  Groups appeal permit for Centralia coal plant—AP, The Seattle Times 9/28/09

53.  TVA hires DOE environmental cleanup expert—AP, Greenville Daily Reflector (Tennessee) 9/28/09

54.  B.C. cull led to hybrid ‘monster wolves’, study shows—Nicholas Read, Vancouver Sun 9/28/09

55.  From science, plenty of cows but little profit—William Neuman, The New York Times 9/28/09

56.  Lack of carbon policy prevents emissions innovation—Elizabeth Shogren, NPR 9/27/09

57.  Love your CO2?  New gas-loving group runs ads, hides bias—Amy Linn, 9/24/09


58.  Dyer:  Our climate forecast?  We’re losing control by degrees—Gwynne Dyer, SLT 10/1/09

59.  Opening the Klamath—Chronicle Editorials, San Francisco Chronicle 10/1/09

60.  Another stab at wilderness—Deseret News Editorial, Deseret News 9/30/09

61.  Hinchey bill harmful to Utah—Rob Bishop, Deseret News 9/30/09

62.  Bridging lake is urgent—Editorial, Daily Herald (Provo, Utah) 9/30/09

63.  Protecting environment takes continued foresight—Editorial, Tooele Transcript Bulletin 9/29/09


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