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'Existential angst' in Wyoming

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Rockies Today

February 4 · Issue #74 · View online
The big stories up and down the Rocky Mountains, curated by Mountain West News

'Existential angst' in Wyoming
Economic, existential angst mark start of utility investigation Economic, existential angst mark start of utility investigation
More stories from WyoFile today reflecting that sentiment:
Governor’s office previewed controversial PSC letter
Energy school had ‘informal’ budget-pitch meeting with JAC
Opinion: The ailing canary in Wyoming’s mineral revenue mine
NEPA? Naaah
BLM may exempt plans from environmental review BLM may exempt plans from environmental review
And removing NEPA requirements could avoid lawsuits like these:
BLM pulls Colorado lease sale parcels due to grouse, but drillers are looking to intervene
Welcome to sunny Alberta
Alberta solar farm—Canada’s largest—receives $500M investment Alberta solar farm—Canada’s largest—receives $500M investment
More energy and climate news from around the region:
Electricity produced from renewable energy sources could outpace coal by next year
Canada set to add 7.7 GW of wind, cut coal by 5 GW by 2028: Wood Mackenzie
Teck, mulling new oil-sands mine, sets carbon-neutral goal
Indigenous tribes are at the forefront of climate change planning in the U.S.
Oregon Legislature focuses on global warming
Weld County oil production site burst into flames Monday night
Race is on to find uses for wastewater from fracking
Bearing down at the border
Long-closed road bisecting grizzly habitat to reopen following national security concerns Long-closed road bisecting grizzly habitat to reopen following national security concerns
More wildlife news:
Panel abandons griz depredation comp model, awards ranch $339K
Following purchase, Idaho companies form largest trout farm in U.S.
Elk herd population plummets in Aspen, Vail areas as human use grows
Film will put light on prairie potholes: 'Cradle of bird life'
Trump administration slashes protections for migratory birds
What else we're reading today
Bellwether trial starts on Utah’s claims to 12,000 roads on federal land
BLM names fire and aviation chief
Inland port opponents ramp up campaign to ‘Stop the Polluting Port’
Yes, it really is quieter when it snows. Here’s the science behind the calm after the storm.
Climate models are running red hot, and scientists don’t know why
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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