Tag Archives: Climate Change

(EnviroNews Utah) – A segment discussing Mike Noel (R-Kanab County) from our full feature interview with Utah Republican Governor Gary R. Herbert in the Governors Office on Capitol Hill.  The hour and fifteen minute interview covers issues exclusively pertaining to the environment, energy, and human health and is…

(EnviroNews Utah) – Cherise Udell rips Kennecott Utah Copper and Rio Tinto at the Fossil Fools Day of Action near one of their coal-fired power facilities in Salt Lake City. “The pollution that Kennecott creates is harming my children’s lungs, and every child in Utah. It’s harming unborn…

(EnviroNews Utah) – In this episode, we witness a motivational speech delivered by renowned climate change activist Tim DeChristopher to a group of enthusiastic Utah activists against international mining giant Rio Tinto and it’s Utah-based subsidiary Kennecott Utah Copper. The protestors were adamant, in light of Utah’s critical…

(EnviroNews Utah) – In this effective piece of satire-filled activism, we see Ashley Anderson, co-Founder of the up and coming activist organization Peaceful Uprising, costumed-out as a Kennecott executive who tells to the energetic crowd a “sad story” of how Kennecott has given up a billion dollars in…

(EnviroNews Utah) – This is the first part of our coverage on the global warming-oriented, legislative fiasco on Capitol Hill in Utah surrounding two highly controversial pieces of legislation. House Joint Resolution 12 (HJR 12), and it’s counterpart HJR 21 made national headlines as Utah’s highly conservative Republican…

(EnviroNews Utah) – Here in this extracted piece from the sit-down interview with Salt Lake City sophmore Mayor Ralph Becker, news anchor Monica Bellenger asked the helmsman of Utah’s largest city if he feels like he should have an active hand in the quietly festering, yet potentially massive…

(EnviroNews Utah) – On September 15th EnviroNews Utah anchor Monica Bellenger sat down with Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker in his downtown office to discuss specifically the topic of air pollution in the valley, and exactly what can be done about it. In this extract from the…