Tag Archives: climate

CO Officials Respond To Trump’s Paris Decision

Colorado elected officials offered mixed reactions yesterday following President Trump’s decision to withdraw the United States from the Paris Climate Agreement, an international agreement concerning climate change and carbon emissions. Rep. Ken Buck praised the President, calling the pull-out “a win for Colorado”, while Senator Michael Bennet and Governor John Hickenlooper said they believe the Continue reading

Trump To Target Obama Coal Regulations

According to EPA administrator Scott Pruitt, President Donald Trump is expected to sign an executive order today targeting regulations within the Clean Power Plan.  It’s anticipated the executive order will instruct the EPA to rewrite regulations concerning carbon emission reductions for new and existing power plants in the US. The order will also Continue reading

Help Evaluate Local Business Climate

Members of the Craig and Moffat County Economic Development Partnership are asking Moffat County business owners and managers to fill out a survey to help assess the business climate in the area.  The survey will also help the Continue reading

Wyoming Business Climate Ranked #1

wyoming-flag-graphicWyoming’s Business Climate has been ranked number one for the fifth consecutive year, according to a Tax Foundations State Business Tax Climate Index study. The study measures the best business climates in America by reviewing regulations and state taxes that businesses are subjected to. Wyoming’s number one ranking is largely due to the states low sales Continue reading

WildEarth Guardians Think Craig Residents are Clueless

wildearthThe environmental group WildEarth Guardians has issued a statement that seems to indicate Craig residents are clueless when it comes to the group’s lawsuit against ColoWyo mine. The group has sued the mine over its expansion project that took place eight years ago, saying the Office of Surface Mining issued mining permits for the Continue reading

Supreme Court to Rule on Renewable Energy Credit Requirements

court-300Friday, the U.S. District Court for Colorado cleared the path for appellate review by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit of the question as to whether Colorado can force renewable energy producers in other states to meet Colorado regulations.  A three-judge panel in Colorado ruled they Continue reading