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Rockies Today

July 8 · Issue #136 · View online
The big stories up and down the Rocky Mountains, curated by Mountain West News

End of the line
Is this the end of new oil and gas pipelines? Is this the end of new oil and gas pipelines?
Climate activists see ‘new era’ after three major oil and gas pipeline defeats
As fossil fuel pipelines fall to opposition, utilities see renewable energy as safe bet
Pipeline projects suffer setbacks across the country. Is Jordan Cove next?
Native American activists victorious after judge orders pipeline shut down
Bakken may never boom again with Dakota Access shut
Wyoming's billion dollar question
Wyoming to move forward with bid on Occidental-owned land Wyoming to move forward with bid on Occidental-owned land
State of Wyoming proceeds with bid on massive parcel of land, much of which is in Colorado
As Wyoming nears a bid on Occidental-owned land, watchdogs still have questions
Wyoming PBS
.@GovernorGordon will hold a media briefing at 3pm today to discuss the State Land and Investment Board bid on the Occidental land purchase. Dr. Elexia Harrist will also provide an update on the COVID-19 pandemic. Watch on WyomingPBS, Facebook, and https://t.co/ztpCpFD6IH
'A level of injustice'
Utah oil field leaves a mixed legacy for members of the Navajo Nation Utah oil field leaves a mixed legacy for members of the Navajo Nation
Grizzly protections affirmed
Appeals court tosses Yellowstone grizzly bear delisting Appeals court tosses Yellowstone grizzly bear delisting
Meanwhile…
Interior kills grizzly reintroduction plan for North Cascades
Rapid runoff
In parched Southwest, warm spring renews threat of ‘megadrought’ In parched Southwest, warm spring renews threat of ‘megadrought’
Meanwhile…
Dry lightning risk rises in the West, thanks to tardy monsoon
Bringing coal back in Alberta
In a desperate economic moment, Alberta chases opportunity in the volatile market of coal exports In a desperate economic moment, Alberta chases opportunity in the volatile market of coal exports
What else we're reading today
‘This is enough’: What 83,000 emails ask of the Colorado lawmaker who represented Elijah McClain
Montana judge rules for Native groups against anti-ballot collection law
How wildfires make COVID-19 more dangerous
Uncurbed by COVID: Crowds crest near normal highs
North American bats may be susceptible to SARS-CoV-2
Cheney next to vote on Great American Outdoors Act, park funds
Feds to retain potentially offensive Canyon Ferry campground names
Billionaire’s Bondurant resort plans buried
Confirmation would add little to Pendley's job description
Colorado may have missed a deadline to plan for reducing greenhouse gasses. Now the state faces a lawsuit.
Climate refugia: Protecting biodiversity in the face of climate change
Intense Arctic wildfires set a pollution record
Rockies Today is edited 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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