climate change

FROM WYOFILE:    Inaugural Wyoming Climate Summit encourages local, collective action   By Dustin Bleizeffer, WyoFile.com   LANDER — Frustrated by state and federal inaction on climate change, community organizers have begun taking action in several Wyoming towns by showing the cost savings of...
CODY — The impacts from climate change on the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem – some positive but mostly negative – are occurring now, but changes in public policy could lessen the harmful consequences. There’s still time to minimize the damage, two scientists said. “Our landscape has been shaped by...
Wyoming residents observe a changing climate and quality of life   By Dustin Bleizeffer, wyofile.com   We talk a lot about the weather in Wyoming because, like it does in any place occupied by humans, it unites us. Talking about a changing climate in Wyoming, however, can be more difficult.  But...
Climate change, wildfires cause bird die-offs   By Analeise Mayor Jackson Hole News&Guide Via Wyoming News Exchange   JACKSON — Only time will tell the full effects of severe droughts and large wildfires plaguing 2020 and 2021. But the impact for one species has been immediate. Last...
  By Dustin Bleizeffer, WyoFile.com   Average temperatures are rising in the Greater Yellowstone Area, resulting in less snow, earlier runoff and major economic implications in the western headwaters region, according to a newly released climate study. The changes threaten to upset traditional...
Democratic candidates for U.S. Senate discuss climate change, health care during forum   By Tom Coulter Wyoming Tribune Eagle Via Wyoming News Exchange   CHEYENNE - Candidates seeking the Democratic nomination in Wyoming's U.S. Senate race this year discussed their stances on a wide range of issues...
What has  happened to us?    Dear Editor   If you believe that putting children in cages where some will die is the thing to do, you know for whom to vote! If you know that climate change is a hoax, you know for whom to vote. If you believe that our own ¨Very Stable Genius” has  ¨Absolute Power¨...
Climate Change is nothing new   Dear Editor,  Jerry Baird’s letter in the October 10 NLJ prompts me to rebut. The “Dirty Thirties” were a disaster, but the dry weather and heat were not caused by man. There were some people who were able to wait this out — many ranchers and farmers whose families...
Gordon works to save coal and address climate change   By Andrew Graham and Rone Tempest, WyoFile.com   On May 30, Gov. Mark Gordon joined U.S. Secretary of Energy Rick Perry, Utah Governor Gary Herbert and Thomas Farrell, CEO of the gas and electric utility Dominion Energy on stage in the Grand...
Wallace tells Senate panel planet is warming   By Mike Koshmrl Jackson Hole News&Guide Via Wyoming News Exchange   JACKSON — A Jackson Hole man nominated for a high federal job overseeing national parks and wildlife refuges is bucking the Trump administration approach of dismissing climate...

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