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Kdnk Community Radio 3-5-20 Ecoflight Brings Aerial Perspective

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Original story: https://www.denverpost.com/2020/02/23/democrats-president-primary-climate-environment/ Primary contenders aim to undo Trump actions, reduce carbon emissions By Jon Murray | jmurray@denverpost.com | The Denver Post Colorado is a state that prizes the outdoors and prioritizes environmental concerns. But it’s also a state with a petroleum industry that employs 90,000 people, directly and indirectly, and allows extensive fracking activity along the Front Range. That makes the ...
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Original story: https://www.aspenjournalism.org/2020/02/22/quarry-in-marble-facing-scrutiny-from-federal-state-regulators-in-wake-of-diesel-spill/ Vehicles and machinery were parked outside the entrances to the marble galleries of the Pride of America Mine in January. The quarry operators Colorado Stone Quarries are facing scrutiny from federal and state agencies after an October diesel spill.Mike Stevens/EcoFlight MARBLE — Colorado Stone Quarries, the operator of Marble’s famed Yule quarry, is ...
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Las Vegas Sun 2-16-20 Proposed National Monument South Of Vegas

Click here for original post Proposed national monument south of Las Vegas gets boost from lands bill By Miranda Willson Linda Otero isn’t used to thinking in terms of man-made borders and boundaries. As a member of the Fort Mojave Indian Tribe, she believes all of the natural world originated at Avi Kwa Ame, known in English ...
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CBS Denver 2-28-20

Original story: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4OzgytDFhLE
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Captain’s Log Starship 1XE, Day 24 in the month January, Earth Calendar year 2020. It’s dead winter in the high country where we live and there is not much going on except snow, snow and more snow. That is wonderful for the mountains and rivers, and for those of us who ski, snowboard or are ...
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TUSAYAN – In a clearing on Forest Road 305, about 15 miles south of Grand Canyon National Park, an enormous steel headframe towers beside a retention pond. Beneath the headframe, a mine shaft drops 1,400 feet into the earth. This is the Canyon Mine, which opened in 1986 to extract uranium. A handful of employees ...
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Captain’s Log Starship 1XE, Day 30 in the month December, Earth Calendar year 2019. As I write this I am heading to the airport to make sure the plane is plugged in and brushed off in anticipation of our next flight mission. Plugged in refers to utilizing an extension cord plugged into what they call ...
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PHOENIX – A Phoenix company wants to build two massive hydroelectric projects on the Little Colorado River, a main tributary of the Colorado River, which carves the Grand Canyon. Environmentalists and Native Americans say the projects threaten life within the Canyon and would defile sacred land. Pumped Hydro Storage LLC has applied for permits to ...
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Video: Dam Plans Opposed | Cronkite News

Video by Melanie Porter/Cronkite News
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