March 10, 2016
Proposed Yampa Pumpback Project
A very bad idea for this reason
February 28, 2015
The 70-year Administrative Record of Impending Water Shortages and the Failure to Act Appropriately
Backwards planning: managing the end of the pipe and not the beginning
May 05, 2011
Oil Shale and Tar Sands Programmatic EIS by the Bureau of Land Management
At risk are 2 million acres that will consume land, water and energy resources in a watershed that has nothing left to give
November 19, 2010
Who Will We Blame When the Tap Runs Dry?
The Southwest faces climate change and unsustainable growth, as water managers fail to institute timely policies for thrift and conservation
January 16, 2010
The Water Imbalance of the Colorado River Basin
Water security in the West is not achievable if water greed continues to dominate the political landscape
January 01, 2009
The Endangered Fish of the Colorado River Basin
Bureaucratic bean counting is why these fish suffer.
October 23, 2008
Coal-burning Power Plants of the Colorado River Basin
The Colorado Plateau takes the brunt of coal-fired pollution from existing and proposed power plants.
May 06, 2008
Announcing: Scoping of environmental issues for the proposed Lake Powell Pipeline Project in Utah and Arizona.
Proposed pipeline to deliver overallocated Colorado River water uphill to the sprawling cities in southwestern Utah.
April 25, 2008
Towing icebergs to San Pedro: Augmenting dwindling water supplies
Colorado River water users to start engineering fixes that are trade offs for more consumption
April 13, 2008
Rearranging deck chairs at Glen Canyon Dam
Interior is advancing falsehoods, stalling, obstructing, and wasting public funds just like corporate polluters.
February 19, 2008
Lake Mead Will Go Dry
Find out for yourself with the user friendly Colorado River Open Source Simulator
February 05, 2008
Las Vegas: Mirage in the Mojave
Billy Vassiliadis and Pat Mulroy jeopardize not only the interests of those who currently must make a living in Las Vegas, but also those who will have to live there in the future
December 17, 2007
Colorado River Shortage Agreement Falls Short
The water agreement signed last week by Interior Secretary Kempthorne and the seven states of the Colorado River basin is not a heroic achievement at all.
December 08, 2007
Pipe Dreams and Schemes: Escalating Costs for Diminishing Returns
Current and proposed water projects are incredibly expensive, micromanage dwindling water resources, and will ensure financial burden and resource dependency for consumers.
November 30, 2007
Hydropower is likely to have no future on the Colorado
Hydropower is touted as clean and renewable. It is neither. It is also touted as being productive, yet hydropower revenues have fallen to the wayside as a consequence of persistant drought and overconsumption.
November 17, 2007
California Coastal Commission tentatively okays seawater desalination plant
The quest for augmenting and conserving water supplies to fuel more sprawl has become redundant and absurd.
November 14, 2007
OTC launches new Colorado River Simulator
With reservoirs lowering, climate change concerns growing, many are asking not if Colorado River water users are heading toward serious shortages, but when. The answers are now just a few keystrokes away.
November 02, 2007
Reclamation Issues Final EIS for Colorado River Operations under Low Reservoir Conditions
Reclamation announces the release of its proposed management plan (Shortage Criteria) for public review, which is a component of the coordinated long-range operations of Lake Powell and Lake Mead.
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