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So Long to a Really Good Friend

Last month, this world lost an amazing hero for our environment. For WildEarth Guardians and myself personally, we lost a great friend, a champion for our work, and a perennial source of inspiration and optimism. Fred Cheever was a law professor at the University of Denver for 24 […]

Recap of The Peoples Climate March

On Saturday, WildEarth Guardians in Denver joined our brothers and sisters in D.C. and throughout the world in the Peoples Climate March.  It was a truly inspiring act of resistance to the climate deception being advanced by President Trump and his cronies. In D.C, thousands began marching from the […]

Time for EPA to Come Clean on Methane

It’s only Wednesday and it’s already been a busy week on the issue of methane, a  greenhouse gas that’s like carbon on steroids and is released extensively in the production of fossil fuels: There’s been ongoing coverage of our court victory last Friday overturning Arch Coal’s plans to expand […]

It’s About Time

That I posted something, yes.  The blog has been pretty dormant for a year or so now, but I’m going to try to pick things up again now and get the word out about what’s news in the American West when it comes to climate change.  And by […]

An Update on North Dakota

Speaking of North Dakota, the state’s efforts to sabotage EPA’s clean air plan just got derailed in federal court today. After EPA failed to meet its deadline to ensure North Dakota had a legally adequate clean air plan in place, WildEarth Guardians filed suit to enforce the Clean […]