Brad McCloud of Environmentally Conscious Consumers for Oil Shale (ECCOS) spoke at January’s Community Networking meeting in Rangely. McCloud discussed the world economy’s dependence on oil and the viability of oil shale as a resource in coming decades. Many in the audience were responsive to McCloud’s message, brainstorming ways to convey ECCOS’ message to government entities and the public after the formal presentation.
Kate Nowak, executive director and geo-community energy coordinator for Yampa Valley Partners, spoke to the Rangely Community Networking Group about the regional energy education plan. Related
RBC I U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton (CO-03) submitted remarks to the U.S. Department of Interior (DOI) during a listening session on the administration’s review of the federal coal program on June 23. The DOI has […]
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