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Bears Ears National Monument; Southern utah
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One environmental organization is challenging what it says is a "culture of secrecy" created under Secretary Ryan Zinke in the U.S. Department of the Interior. The organization, Earthjustice, has requested documents related to decisions about allowed uses in Utah’s Bear Ears and surrounding areas.

Three smokestacks and coal plant building beneath partly cloudy sky
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The financial cost of burning coal is going up, while the cost of renewable forms of energy is going down, according to a recent study commissioned by the Sierra Club. 

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A Utah lawmaker wants to send a message to Washington. That message? Exclude the state of Utah from future national monument designations. 

Utah City Leaders Commit To Improve Air Quality

Dec 19, 2017
Sierra Club

Park City leaders committed to be a net-zero community more than a year ago. Now other cities in Utah are committing to do the same.

When Park City announced it would become a 100 percent renewable energy municipality by 2022, the Sierra Club helped get the word out and build support within the community.