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Ed Gulick

We can do better than coal

Regarding his letter of June 26, I respectfully suggest that Phillip Boggio use a less ad hoc method to learn about global warming and what is causing it. The scientific community has a powerful, rigorous process for ascertaining truth and is inherently very skeptical and conservative in rea…

July 13, 2014 12:00 amLoading…

Renewable energy a good deal for Montana ratepayers

This month Montana lawmakers will continue working on an important study about the future of renewable energy in Montana. The Legislature’s Energy and Telecommunications Interim Committee has spent the past year analyzing the impact that our renewable energy standard has had on Montana’s eco…

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Lander NOLS campus achieves highest 'green' rating

Lander NOLS campus achieves highest 'green' rating

A campus owned by the National Outdoor Leadership School near Lander, Wyo., was recently certified as a LEED Platinum project by the U.S. Green Building Council.

December 04, 2013 12:00 am Photos

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The National Outdoor Leadership School’s Wyss Wilderness Medicine Campus, 12 miles southeast of Lander, Wyo., is now a LEED Platinum-certified building.

December 03, 2013 11:17 am

Shutdown is a failure of American values

We are all stronger when we work together to build our community, state and nation. Our representative government functions well when it engages in healthy debate so that the best path forward emerges from the marketplace of ideas. The current federal shutdown, unfortunately, is a failure of…

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County residents deserve better than Lenington

After reading his bile-filled letter to the editor on Aug. 25, I think Max Lenington, the Yellowstone County assessor, treasurer and county superintendent of schools, is unfit to serve the public. While everyone is entitled to their own opinion (or someone else's), not everyone has the quali…

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Opportunities exist to reduce energy costs

The Empire State Building, constructed in 1931, has recently undergone a comprehensive energy efficiency retrofit. It now uses 38 percent less energy than it did a few years ago. The owners invested $20 million in improvements, and the building now saves $4.4 million per year in utility cost…

May 26, 2013 12:00 amLoading…

Report on coal trains misses the mark

The AP report on “Heavy traffic ahead” misses the mark. Matt Brown fails to note that two well-respected and knowledgeable rail transportation experts, with 60 years of experience in rail transportation between them, found that the two rail segments between the Powder River Basin and the Pac…

July 22, 2012 12:00 amLoading…

Heritage Home Tour features neighborhood homes

Here is information from the Moss Mansion about the other homes on the 2012 Heritage Home Tour:

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Support of coal export ignores needs of residents

In the county commissioners' rush to support the export of coal to Asia (April 17), they failed to consider the needs of Yellowstone County residents. While there may be economic benefits to some of mining Montana coal, there are also a number of costs borne by others.

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Guest opinion: Cleaner energy can power America by 2050

We’ve all been aware for a long time that renewable sources of energy like the sun and wind are better for our health and our planet than fossil fuels like oil and coal. But many have also assumed — and fossil fuel industries have certainly claimed — that renewable sources are more expensive…

December 03, 2011 12:00 amLoading…
Gulick wins AERO award

Gulick wins AERO award

Ed Gulick, an architect at High Plains Architects, received the 2011 AERO Sustainable Energy Award in the implementer category for his efforts and accomplishments in advancing energy efficiency and renewable energy in buildings in Montana. The Alternative Energy Resources Organization (AERO)…

November 20, 2011 12:00 amLoading…
Ed Gulick

Ed Gulick

Ed Gulick

November 20, 2011 12:00 amLoading…

Guest opinion: New law empowers developers to make offers landowners can't refuse

Until you’ve been threatened by a company trying to take possession of your land, eminent domain probably doesn’t mean much to you. When a developer knocks on your door, saying it needs a 60-foot swath through your land and that you should sign an agreement for the good of the public, you ma…

June 04, 2011 12:00 am

Guest opinion: Exporting Montana coal does not lead to prosperity

America is moving away from coal. As we use energy more efficiently (such as with compact fluorescent light bulbs and more building insulation) and use cleaner sources of energy (such as wind power), our demand for coal is declining.

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Crash victim Jeanne Charter remembered as an activist

Crash victim Jeanne Charter remembered as an activist

Jeanne Charter cared deeply about issues such as land preservation, agriculture and the environment.

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GOP sets sight on boosting fossil-fuel energy development; enviros prepare for `assault'

Editor's note: This is the third story of an ongoing series this month by the Gazette State Bureau, examining major issues and themes before the 2011 Legislature, which convenes Jan. 3.

December 12, 2010 12:00 amLoading…

Tester’s food safety proposal fits Montana

Sen. Jon Tester deserves a tip of the hat for introducing two common-sense amendments to S. 510, the Food Safety Modernization Act. With these amendments, Tester aims to protect the viability of local food producers and businesses. His amendments are needed to fix a well-intentioned bill whi…

April 27, 2010 12:00 amLoading…

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