PELIcam brings public closer to lonely Great Salt Lake island and its birds

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Bird and Great Basin enthusiasts now have a chance to peek at one of the most remote places in the region. All they need is an internet connection.


Acclaimed climate science expert to visit Weber State sustainability summit

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John Cook will host a workshop on misinformation at Weber State during the Intermountain Sustainability Summit, Thursday, March 16 and Friday, March 17.


Latest survey measures lots of deep, dense snow in Utah river basins

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Utah’s mountains continue to be packed with above-average snow levels.


Davis County burn plant to be closed this year, eliminating about 30 jobs

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The 30-year-old Davis Energy Recovery Facility faces $8 million in upgrades and declining interest in the steam it’s generated for Hill Air Force Base.


Governor's water committee operates outside open-meeting rules

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Gov. Gary Herbert’s Water Strategy Advisory Team lives outside the jurisdiction of the Utah Open and Public Meetings Act, so it can and does conduct its deliberations in private. Two open-government attorneys say the situation has exposed a gap in the law that should be plugged.


Utah farmers applaud Trump roll back of Clean Water Rule while state regulators

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President Donald Trump signed an executive order Tuesday intended to rollback the “Clean Water Rule” established during the Obama administration, which has drawn praise and concern from people across the state. 


Utah bill could make diesel tests mandatory in pollution-plagued counties

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A new Utah bill that closely matches Weber County’s new diesel testing requirements could make emissions testing mandatory in counties with poor air quality.

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