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By MATT JOYCE Associated Press Writer TETON VILLAGE, Wyo.
By MATT JOYCE TETON VILLAGE, Wyo. - Citing a lack of federal leadership, the nation's Western governors want to draft a national energy policy they hope will influence the next presidential administration.
The American Coalition for Clean Coal Electricity (ACCCE) today issued this statement in response to the Western Governors Association (WGA) policy resolution regarding the deployment of new zero emission coal.
Gov. Jon Huntsman Jr. is challenging the Western Governors Association to put together a comprehensive energy and climate change blueprint that the group can present to the next U.S.
Governors from the Western United States, holding their annual meeting this week, say climate change is a key issue. Even conservative governors say that they have accepted that global warming is under way, The Salt Lake Tribune reported. Gov. C.L.
By Michelle Dynes By Michelle Dynes firstname.lastname@example.org JACKSON HOLE - Water conflicts are nothing new to the governors of the West. But the problems are growing as populations increase and the climate changes.
By Robert Gehrke, The Salt Lake Tribune Jul. 1--JACKSON, Wyo. -- Over and over again this week, Western governors have been confronted with the issue of climate change and the threat it poses to the sustainability of the region's way of life.
By Michelle Dynes By Michelle Dynes email@example.com JACKSON HOLE - Not every boundary is easy to identify. Elk and pronghorn antelope do not recognize county or state lines as herds move from winter to summer territories, but survival is dependent on the ability to migrate.
By Matt Joyce, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS TETON VILLAGE, Wyo. - Governors and premiers from several western states and provinces met Sunday to discuss strategies for protecting wildlife that roams their region while also capitalizing on immense energy resources.
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