Ted Williams' blog
The air Americans are breathing today in lightly-populated Sublette County, Wyoming contains more dangerous, ground-level ozone from natural gas field development than currently measured in the cities of Denver, Los Angeles or New York City.
This just in from respected outdoor writer Todd Tanner:
One of the great ironies at the front end of this new century is that we’re sliding backwards on the single most important issue of our collective angling future. To paraphrase a line from the movie Fight Club, “The first rule of climate change is that you don't talk about climate change.”