Air quality suffers as an inversion covers the Salt Lake valley Thursday, Jan. 23, 2014.
Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret News
This year, the Deseret News will focus its legislative coverage on the issue of air quality, in addition to four other areas of emphasis.
The truth is that the EPA's Clean Power Plan is a win-win for all Utahns, from our grandkids to seniors by helping to clean our air, ensure energy independence and... Read more »
Alan Matheson was named Tuesday as Utah Gov. Gary Herbert's choice to lead the Utah Department of Environmental Quality. Matheson has been Herbert's environmental... Read more »
As the Salt Lake Valley faces growing pollution pressures from both industry and population growth, now is the time for stronger and smarter legislation to combat our... Read more »
A train that derailed and caught fire early Wednesday in rural North Dakota was hauling crude from the state's oil patch, raising questions about whether new state... Read more »
An event Monday at the University of Utah unveiled a sophisticated computer model that tracks specific sources of air pollution at an hourly rate in the Salt Lake... Read more »
Envision Utah's "Your Utah, Your Future" campaign is broader than its predecessor, which focused on the Wasatch Front. Besides development, transportation, water and... Read more »
The HollyFrontier Refinery expansion is being challenged by Western Resource Advocates, which claims any increase in pollutants should not be allowed given the area's... Read more »
Just a week ago, about 50 earthquake and social scientists from around the world came to Kathmandu, Nepal, to figure out how to get this poor, congested,... Read more »
How willing are you to give up your lawn if it means saving water for your great-grandchildren to drink? Or will you pay more to ensure the latest water-saving... Read more »
Amanda Smith, executive director of the Utah Department of Environmental Quality, is stepping down to pursue opportunities in the private sector after six years at the... Read more »
Multiple groups are challenging the U.S. Forest Service approval of a lease that would lead to the recovery of 57 million tons of coal by extending the geographic... Read more »
A new poll gives Ralph Becker the lead in the Salt Lake City mayor's race, but the survey was conducted before Jim Dabakis left the race and threw his support to... Read more »
Utah power companies produce and purchase it to meet customer needs. But reality dictates that we also recognize its limitations. At best, wind power is expensive and... Read more »
Envision Utah developed five potential scenarios for the state, based on feedback from Utahns and experts. Now it's time for Utahns to vote on what they would like... Read more »
UTA will begin testing the all-electric bus, a large-capacity vehicle that the manufacturer calls the world’s largest zero emission bus. The bus is manufactured... Read more »
Mr. President, you’re making your first presidential visit, and it's been eight years since an August 2007 campaign stopover. Much has changed since then.... Read more »
Stericycle, a medical waste burning plant that is leaving North Salt Lake after being cited for toxic emissions, wants to more than double production at a new facility... Read more »
Considering we’re amidst March Madness, NBA basketball, professional soccer and hockey, college spring football practice and Major League Baseball training camp,... Read more »
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