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Original Post ➡️ Persistent drought conditions could have a devastating impact on natural gas producers as they aim to ramp up production in anticipation of Canada’s first liquefied natural gas export (LNG) terminal opening, a new report warns.The report by Deloitte Canada identifies potential water shortages in Western Canada as a key risk facing the ...
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Original Post ➡️ Aerial of Jonah Gas Field in Sublette County, Wy. Photo: EcoFlight CHEYENNE, Wyo. — On Tuesday, March 26, Governor Mark Gordon submitted comments criticizing the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) proposed rule establishing a waste emission charge for methane discharges from oil and gas facilities.“There is little doubt this proposed rule will likely have significant ...
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Original Post ➡️ Roads cut through the open space of Paradise Valley as seen from an EcoFlight to showcase potential wildlife crossings. Yellowstone Safe Passages will hold a Community Information Session on Thursday at Chico Hot Springs for residents to learn about efforts to help wildlife safety cross U.S. Highway 89 in Park County.Much of ...
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Original Post ➡️ A federal judge declined to issue a preliminary injunction sought by off-highway vehicle groups. The Green River running through Labyrinth Canyon in Utah. EcoFlight A federal judge has rejected a request by off-highway vehicle groups to halt implementation of a Bureau of Land Management travel management plan that curbs motorized access in a ...
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Original Post ➡️ Three bills being heard by a Congressional subcommittee would limit protections for important habitat and beautiful places. Camp Hale Continental Divide National Monument. EcoFlight The House Subcommittee on Federal Lands will hold a hearing on March 20 to discuss several bills. Three of this, if passed, will undermine current processes and future ...
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Original Post ➡️ Editor:On any given Friday an incredible group of people brave the elements, walk uphill and gather at the Cliffhouse on Buttermilk for a half-priced breakfast.This past Friday, we at EcoFlight were fortunate to be chosen to host the uphill. Such a beautiful morning and everywhere you looked, you saw and sensed community. ...
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Original Post ➡️ EcoFlight founder Bruce Gordon explains land and water conservation rights in the Roaring Fork Valley while flying past Mt. Sopris.Lucy Peterson/The Aspen Times Two months after hundreds of community members submitted comments supporting the U.S. Forest Service’s mineral withdrawal of the Thompson Divide, high school students with the Buddy Program flew above ...
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Original Post ➡️ Roads cuts through the open space of Paradise Valley as seen from an EcoFlight to showcase potential wildlife crossings in June. Isabel Hicks/ Chronicle Yellowstone Safe Passages, a coalition dedicated to improving the safety of people and wildlife on Montana Highway 89, published a comprehensive assessment of wildlife-vehicle collisions along the stretch between Livingston ...
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Original Post ➡️ Editor,The Feb. 8 edition of The Times-Independent included an article with the line, “It’s painful to be discriminated against … because people have a stereotype of what off-roaders are or do.”  (“Moab’s off-road community reflects on change and responsibility,” The Times-Independent, Feb. 8.) Under the BLM’s new travel management plan, the roads ...
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At Siskiyou County meeting, water quality, loss of lakes were top issues Copco Lake, as it appeared before Copco 1 dam was breached last month and the reservoir was drained.EcoFlight, Klamath River Renewal Corporation HORNBROOK, Calif. — Dozens of people came to the microphone Tuesday during a meeting with Siskiyou County officials to express their ...
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