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By Mountain West News • Issue #239 • View online

Keeping up with runaway toxic algae blooms
Developers say they have $6 billion lined up to ‘fix’ Utah Lake
Researchers look for clues as toxic blooms plague Wyoming waters
Idaho committee attempts to reduce phosphorous in Lake Coeur d'Alene
Toxic algal blooms are growing out of control
Biden's backdrop
Biden tours Western fire center in Boise as he pushes for climate action
Biden turns to Colorado to pitch investments in clean energy
Oil, gas and mining left marks across Colorado. The federal infrastructure bill could help clean up some of it
Clearing the air
What is carbon pricing? Could it clean Utah’s air and cut emissions?
Climate change is worsening ozone problems on the Front Range. Hispanic communities feel it the most.
Editorial: New Mexico needs O&G, environmentalists, regulators and residents to collaborate on methane and ozone rules
Epic battle looms as EPA prepares to revive air toxics rule
Dispatches from the energy transition
Pueblo’s Comanche coal plant is closing earlier than expected. Is its future with nuclear, or renewables?
More than 4,800 acres up for solar energy development in Southern Utah
Colorado looks to be ahead of Biden’s called-for pace on renewable energy
New Mexico's School of Energy works to continue fossil fuel production
Report offers strategies for diversifying revenue on New Mexico state trust lands
Report: 'The face of clean energy is predominantly White and male'
Public lands tracker
Where's Interior?
Visitation to this Bears Ears site spiked since 2015. Here's how the BLM wants to handle it.
How the House reconciliation bill targets four local plans for oil and gas leasing, mining
New Colorado Climate Corps to combat wildfires and floods, protect public lands
Glacier Park unveils plan to phase out aerial sightseeing tours
What else we're reading today
After the sun goes down
Fort Lewis College is owning up to its past as an Indian boarding school
Squaw Valley ski resort changes ‘racist and sexist’ name, rebrands
A Hopi farmer works to sustain corn-growing traditions in the face of a changing climate
Push for Native American curriculum in schools makes gains
Reaching across Colorado’s racial frontiers
A wildfire investigator searches for a spark
A fed bear
Why humans and wild animals just can’t get along
California’s Chinook salmon population is disappearing
Rockies Today is curated by Matthew Frank, fellow in regional journalism at the O’Connor Center for the Rocky Mountain West at the University of Montana.
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