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News Clips | January 18, 2023

Native American Alliance Wants More Say In Managing National Parks

A Native American group wants to see Indigenous groups given more say in how national parks are managed and wants "sacred places within the parks" returned to the relevant Native American communities.

Corridors between national parks would boost mammals’ persistence time

National parks are the backbone of conservation. Yet mounting evidence shows that many parks are too small to sustain long-term viable populations and maintain essential, large-scale ecological processes, such as large mammal migrations and natural disturbance regimes.

Carbon-capture company comes close but can’t close contracts

New Mexico company couldn’t close deals to install the technology at two plants, including IPP.

Employers are rebranding hybrid work to send a message

The big debate over hybrid work is settled: It’s here to stay. But how to brand the policy is a whole other matter.

Slamdance Returns With First In-Person Unstoppable Showcase

With fingers tightly crossed, the Slamdance Film Festival plans a return to in-person screenings Jan. 20 29 in Utah, but its organizers have not forgotten the lessons they learned during two years of pandemic pivots.

2023 Utah Legislature: What Utah lawmakers did on the first day

Utah lawmakers kicked off the 2023 general session on Tuesday with promises to tackle big issues facing the state, including water and housing affordability, while also returning a significant chunk of taxpayer dollars back to Utahns.

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