CO2, GHGs, and PM2.5. Oh My!

by Carter Harrison With each passing year, the discussion about climate change and pollution becomes more intense and direct. Some scientists and legislators have gone as far as toplace a [...]

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Whatever Happened to Hydro?

By Ian Nemelka Back in November of 2018, Democrat Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez released a preliminary outline of her new vision called the ‘Green New Deal’ and more recently published [...]

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Alarming Concentration

By Alicia Birrell Every year the Thanksgiving season marks the beginning of the holiday shopping frenzy. This past year there were 33 days between Thanksgiving and Christmas. That means that [...]

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Fighting Cabin Fever

(Photo by NeONBRAND on Unsplash) By Augusta Scott Cache Valley’s winter temperatures are cold enough to make even the most dedicated outdoorsmen retreat indoors until March. If that applies to [...]

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Turkey Reign of Terror

Photo Credit: Eli Lucero/The Herald Journal via AP By Ian Nemelka I live in Mendon, Utah at the foot of the Wellsville Mountains in Cache Valley. It is a quiet little town for the most part, [...]

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3 Ways to Reduce Inversion

Image from lookingatthewest.com By Carter Harrison For most Utahn’s, winter means two things: beautiful snow and terrible air. In Northern Utah, along the the densely populated Wasatch Front, air [...]

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Sailing Towards Sustainability

Image: Blue Frontiers By Kabeia Rineaki Brock Sutton Allen Earlier this month I dedicated my 27th birthday to a fundraising cause, specifically the Seasteading Institute. Within 24 hours the goal [...]

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Wrangling with Wild Horses

Photo shows feral horses dead from starvation at a stock pond in Gray Mountain. (Photo: Navajo Nation) By Ian Nemelka The common perception of “wild” horses is actually wildly inaccurate. [...]

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Spooky Scary Animals

Photo from Mental Floss By Carter Harrison If you have spent any time on social media over the last 6 years, the face of the blobfish might be familiar to you. Now, don’t you worry, this isn’t [...]

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State Owned Golf Courses Are in the Hole

By Ian Nemelka State officials in Utah are planning to bid off their publicly owned golf courses to private managers. Although this movement has been ever present in the minds of a few citizens [...]

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Go Outside

By Alicia Birrell Being in the outdoors will give you a love for the outdoors. There is a supposed conflict between the planet’s well-being and human interest. There is also a considerable amount [...]

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