A Seven Point Plan to Protect Groundwater
Unconventional Oil & Gas Development Requires Wyoming State Action
- Press Release:Report Unveils Plan to Protect Wyoming Groundwater During Oil & Gas Development...(01/14/2013)
- A Seven Point Plan to Protect Groundwater- January 15, 2013 See References below
- References for: A Seven Point Plan to Protect Groundwater
Toward a Sustainable Future for the U.S. Power Sector
Toward a Sustainable Future for the U.S. Power Sector, by Synapse Energy Economics for the Civil Society Institute, outlines a realistic path for a cleaner and less expensive energy future. The report also finds that Westerners would likely see lower electricity costs by 2020 if the U.S. adopts a long-term strategy to replace coal-fire electricity with energy efficiency and renewable resources.
Download the report, Toward a Sustainable Future for the U.S. Power Sector
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In the News
- Thirty-six nonprofit groups with more than 1.1 million members have formed a coalition to advance a "serious renewable energy agenda" regardless of who occupies the White House or which party controls Congress after the November elections...(07/11/2012)
- Annual Report
- The State of Split Estate A landowners Perspective: Five Years After Passage of the Wyoming Split Estate Statue-December 2010
- Press Release:Report Highlights Needed Reforms to Wyoming Split Estate ActThe Powder River Basin Resource Council released a report today that highlights needed reforms to the five-year old Wyoming Split Estate Act. The State of the Split Estate - A Landowner Perspective: Five Years after Passage of the Wyoming Split Estate Statute is based on interviews with a dozen landowners and five attorneys who have used the Split Estate Act's provisions that take effect when a surface use agreement cannot be reached between a landowner and the oil and gas company with mineral rights under the owner's land.