Our Forests Are Dying--KCPW CityViews

01 November 2012
Published in Environment

The western U.S. is in the midst of the largest recorded bark beetle outbreak in history. Award winning journalist Brandon Loomis describes how climate change has aided the spread and what is being done about it.

Mineral Leasing Reforms Create Conflict and Cooperation in Moab

29 October 2012
Published in Environment

The Bureau of Land Management has developed a new Master Leasing Plan program to manage sensitive lands in Utah and other states.

Alta Fights to Stop Bark Beetles

22 October 2012
Published in Environment

When Alta ski resort discovered bark beetles attacking some of their trees, managers turned proactive in protecting and monitoring the health of their forest.

Who Will Control Wolves in Utah?

21 October 2012
Published in Environment

Only a few wolves have been sighted in Utah since their extermination from the state in 1930, but Utah politicians are on the front lines to remove wolves from the Endangered Species Act.

Utah Orangutans Paint to Raise Money

19 October 2012

Utah orangutans sell paintings to raise money for their relatives living in Borneo and Sumatra.

Rangers Make the Case for Dark Skies

21 October 2012
Published in Environment

For 10 years, the National Park Service has been measuring light pollution, how bright city lights obscure the views of the heavens.

Avalanche: Danger Lurking in the Snow

20 December 2012
Published in Environment

Technology helps people stay safe in an avalanche.

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