Roundup Tuesday April 6, 2010

1.  One way to ease impact? (Sage Grouse)—Dustin Bleizeffer, Casper Star-Tribune (Wyoming) 4/6/10

2.  New report provides tribal energy outlook—Rob Capriccioso, Indian Country Today 4/6/10

3.  Environmentalists lose land linked to preserve (Idaho)—AP, Twin Falls Times-News 4/6/10

4.  Off-roaders in search of trails—Laura Bruno, USA Today 4/6/10

5.  Chagos islands marine protection plan comes under fire from three sides—John Vidal, The Guardian (UK) 4/6/10

6.  Plea on water dispute (Tajikistan-Uzbekistan)—Xinhua, The Hindu (India) 4/6/10

7.  BLM settlement closes oil and gas leasing loophole—Amy Joi O’Donoghue, DN 4/6/10

8.  Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker wants to keep his city ‘bikeable’—Aaron Falk, DN 4/6/10

9.  Robert F. Kennedy Jr. says not to get science from Glenn Beck—Josh Smith, DN 4/6/10

10.  Federal water project impacts Springville residents, traffic—Rodger L. Hardy, DN 4/6/10

11.  The number:  63% (support offshore drilling)—DN 4/6/10

12.  Tests show depleted uranium meets standards—Jasen Lee, DN 4/6/10

13.  Battle over Maple Mountain development heads back to court—Rodger L. Hardy, DN 4/6/10

14.  UTA ‘bus-rapid’ line running on 3500 South—Laura Hancock, DN 4/6/10

15.  Drinking unpasteurized milk is Russian roulette—Mehmet Oz, Mike Roizen, DN 4/6/10

16.  Swarm of small quakes occurring at Alaska volcano—Mary Pemberton, AP, SLT 4/6/10

17.  West Valley City has Utah’s first rapid-transit buses—Cathy McKitrick, SLT 4/6/10

18.  You’re green, but what about your timepiece?—SLT 4/6/10

19.  Ascent Solar targets markets off grid—Mark Jaffe, The Denver Post 4/5/10

20.  Boulder firm revs up high-tech industry with electric trucks—Bruce Finley, The Denver Post 4/5/10

21.  Devon to curb methane emissions, earn carbon credits (Wyoming)—Dustin Bleizeffer, Casper Star-Tribune 4/5/10

22.  Wyo mulls wildlife guidelines for wind developers—Matt Joyce, AP, Casper Star-Tribune 4/5/10

23.  Feds, horse advocates at odds over pigeon fever outbreak in captured Nevada mustangs—Mark Robison, Reno Gazette-Journal 4/5/10

24.  Boeing and the environment—Mother Nature Network 4/5/10

25.  NASA slated to receive billions to study earth—Jon Hamilton, NPR 4/5/10

26.  Results mixed in report card on responsible oilsands development (Canada)—Kelly Cryderman, Calgary Herald 4/5/10

27.  Tokyo to trial electric ‘filling stations’ to boost green transport—Alok Jha, The Guardian (UK) 4/5/10

28.  Salvage experts work to stabilize Chinese ship aground on Great Barrier Reef—Mark Tran, The Guardian (UK) 4/5/10

29.  Australia rushes to contain Barrier Reef oil spill—Rob Griffith, AP, DN 4/5/10

30.  Western gas pipeline receives federal approval—Jasen Lee, DN 4/5/10

31.  Vegetable gardening 101:  Larry Sagers tells you how to grow your garden—Larry A. Sagers, DN 4/5/10

32.  Vegetable gardening 101:  How to get started—Larry A. Sagers, DN 4/5/10

33.  Tests show DOE waste meets state standards—Judy Fahys, SLT 4/5/10

34.  Biggest thinning project in US set (forests, Arizona)—Cyndy Cole, Arizona Daily Sun 4/4/10

35.  Salvaging ship from Barrier Reef could take weeks—AP, NPR 4/4/10

36.  UN head decries state of environment in Central Asia—Hürriyet Daily News (Turkey) 4/4/10

37.  Haiti to use quake rubble in plans to recycle and rebuild—Mike Melia, AP, DN 4/4/10

38.  Seen any bunnies in Central Park?  Rabbits are disappearing—Megan K. Scott, AP, DN 4/4/10

39.  Officials fear ship breaking apart on Barrier Reef—AP, DN 4/4/10

40.  USDA will review Hogle Zoo’s report on giraffe death—Lynn Arave, DN 4/4/10

41.  American Indians first to face land grab controversy—Lee Benson, DN 4/4/10\

42.  Kane road battle turns into fight over records—Mark Havnes, SLT 4/4/10

43.  Crews get permission to construct portion of trail—AP, SLT 4/4/10

44.  Md. sues Mirant over pollution from Prince George’s landfill (Maryland)—Timothy B. Wheeler, The Baltimore Sun 4/3/10,0,5046516.story

45.  At 89, Stevens contemplates law, and how to leave it (Supreme Court)—Adam Liptak, The New York Times 4/3/10

46.  Environmentalists blast Obama mining rule reversal—Judith Kohler, AP, Google News 4/3/10

47.  BYU engineering students build bricks for Kenya—Sara Israelson-Hartley, DN 4/3/10

48.  Citizen groups counter Utah Lake bridge proposal—AP, DN 4/3/10

49.  Drilling has risks, payoff not clear—John M. Broder, Clifford Krauss, The New York Times, SLT 4/3/10

50.  Obama panel examines nation’s nuclear waste issues—Judy Fahys, SLT 4/3/10

51.  Water project backer, Boulder environmentalist face off over Green River supply—AP, The Boulder Daily Camera (Colorado) 4/2/10

52.  Missoula County commissioners:  Schweitzer’s coal demand sets ‘perilous precedent’; still seek stimulus funds—Kim Briggeman, The Missoulian 4/2/10

53.  Navajo Nation stands by power plant despite snags (Arizona)—Felicia Fonseca, AP, The Farmington Daily Times 4/2/10

54.  Scientists say B.C. grizzly hunt could hurt recovery efforts in Montana—Michael Jamison, The Missoulian 4/2/10

55.  Utah Eminent Domain Law more than a ‘message bill’—Scott Streater, Greenwire, The New York Times 4/2/10

56.  Utah County leaders OK trail funds—Brandon Loomis, SLT 4/2/10

57.  Alta, Solitude not wild about wilderness plan—Patty Henetz, SLT 4/2/10

58.  US issues limits on greenhouse gas emissions from cars—John M. Broder, The New York Times 4/1/10

59.  EPA to limit water pollution from mining—Tom Zeller Jr., The New York Times 4/1/10

60.  Arctic ice makes surprising, if temporary, comeback—Bob Weber, The Canadian Press, Toronto Globe and Mail 4/1/10

61.  BPA widespread in ocean water and sand—Martin Mittelstaedt, Toronto Globe and Mail 4/1/10

62.  Hot rocks:  Hidden cost and foreign ownership of “clean” nuclear fuel emerging—D.A. Barber, The Huffington Post 3/30/10


63.  Drilling for support by President Obama—Editorial, Los Angeles Times, SLT 4/5/10

64.  Make uranium milling cleaner—Editorial, The Denver Post 4/4/10

65.  Misguided environmental policies are hurting Utah’s economy—Lane Beattie, DN 4/4/10

66.  Save a canyon—Editorial, SLT 4/4/10

67.  Not all sites proposed for mines are inappropriate (Arizona)—Luther Propst, The Sonoran Institute, The Arizona Republic 4/3/10

68.  Obama’s offshore coup—Editorial, DN 4/3/10

69.  The green case for offshore oil—Eric Smith, The Washington Post, SLT 4/3/10

70.  Between the grins and grims of climate change—Allen Best, Writers on the Range, SLT 4/3/10

71.  Offshore drilling:  Did Rahm Emanuel sell out too soon?—Joe Conason, 4/1/10


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