Energy & Environment

Time to make Utah's Bear Ears region a national monument

Recently, as we celebrated National Parks Week, Secretary Sally Jewell spoke about the importance of our protected public lands both for our economy as well as our national identity. She spoke of “places that future generations should have the...

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Don't punish taxpayers for smart, water efficient choices

As Americans across the country scrambled to get their taxes filed before the midnight deadline last month, many homeowners found themselves with a new reason to feel frustrated.

Their complaint: they may have been hit with a higher tax...

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Your clean, livable world in 2030

From climate change to questions about the global supply of food and water, environmental crises confront the next generation of world leaders with great urgency. How these future government, corporate and community leaders—including all those...

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Oil market manipulation is alive and well

Opponents of the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) claim that the free hand of an unrestricted marketplace will guide biofuels into our fuel supply, driving economic competition and giving consumers better options at the gas pump. In an ideal world,...

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Why energy R&D matters more than ever

As Congress proceeds with fiscal year 2017 appropriations, it should reject the House and Senate subcommittees’ marks and embrace President Obama’s request for increased support of energy research. But it should do so for reasons that far...

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