Apr 26, 2017
This opinion column ran in the print edition of the Denver Post on January 28, 2024. Click here to see the PDF version of this story. BY MARK UDALL From my earliest days, the Great Outdoors has been my classroom, my sanctuary, and the forge that shaped my character. My countless days spent exploring free-flowing […]
Center for Western Priorities Executive Director Jennifer Rokala and Policy Director Jesse Prentice-Dunn are joined by political consultant and former Denver Post editorial page editor Curtis Hubbard for a wide-ranging discussion about the 2020 elections and what the results mean for public lands in the West.
With the giant coal-fired Navajo Generating Station scheduled to shut down next year, a conversation with two Navajo anti-coal activists: Percy Deal, and Nicole Horseherder with To Nizoni Ani. News Congress lets the Land & Water Conservation Fund expire Interior’s new science policy is a wolf in sheep’s clothing History The first power flows from […]
The Bureau of Land Management released long-awaited rules earlier this month to guide safe and responsible drilling on national public lands. Oil and gas industry groups responded that the new rule could “quash development,” estimating that it will cost approximately $97,000 per well to implement. This estimate is nearly ten times more than what the Bureau of […]
CRED’s most recent paid advertising campaign raises eyebrows in Colorado.