A landfill is likely coming to the shores of the Great Salt Lake, and environmental advocates have planned a public meeting for Tuesday night to discuss its implications.
A proposed large landfill on the southern tip of the Great Salt Lake’s Promontory Point is generating a lot of public interest, particularly as it nears fruition.
On this episode of “Out Standing in a Field,” podcasters Leia Larsen and Benjamin Zack revisit inversion pollution, Gunnison Island pelicans, the NASA mission to Mars and boreal toads.
A new tariff on panels may have dimmed prospects for U.S. solar installers, but Utah’s local industry is trying to look on the bright side.
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