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"gary walkner" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"gary walkner" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Once again. If you actually peak between the lines with northern water general manager brad wind saying that. This is an alternative to costly litigation. Well for most of us fifteen million pretty costly right. But unless i'm misinterpreting what i'm saying paying that. Fifteen million is a drop in the bucket compared to the cost of ongoing litigation now. The windy gap project moves water from the western slope as part of the colorado. Big thompson project. It's been in operation since one thousand nine hundred eighty five. It partially redirects water from the colorado river through the mountains and to the front range. Shimmy hollow is cited west of carter lake. It would store up to approximately nine hundred thousand acre feet of water to be divided between twelve water suppliers ranging as far south as broomfield to as far northeast faz greeley settlement clears the way finally for northern water to begin construction on the six hundred million dollar reservoir this summer but in a joint statement. No surprise here. Representatives from the environmental groups were rather unhappy over the long term impacts of the project. Kim dyke is a board member of the colorado sierra club. Kim called the state's water laws antiquated for allowing western slope water to be siphoned en masse to the front range in a time when climate change is straining supply of an already presses research is resource her words not mine she said in a statement the lack of focus on water conservation in front range communities and the multiplier of colorado's precious water resources being used for her words not mine. Dangerous fracking for oil and gas. She covered all our bases. Didn't she put us on a dangerous of dangerous path. Forward gary walkner the director of save the puzder and save the colorado. He told biz west in an interview that settlement came about due to what he called. Reiterating the comments that were made by kim dyke reiterating what he called week water laws and courts interventions over the years that are overly friendly groups that aim to drain rivers for municipal use..

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"gary walkner" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:10 min | 1 year ago

"gary walkner" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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Radio network broadcasting live twenty percent of this stream is supported by advertisers and contributions. By you follow us on facebook twitter and instagram. The public through service doing newscast the twenty fifth twenty twenty one different. A bill advancing in the minnesota would establish a statewide paid family. Leave program are mike. Bowen reports is not the first time lawmakers have considered the idea but backers. Say the timing is right. Tell households of ended by the pandemic house file. Twelve hundred. what create a statewide fund for employers and their staff to pay into getting roughly two to three dollars a weekly earnings. The plan would then cover twelve weeks of wages for a worker dealing with a serious illness or caring for a newborn or another loved. One northfield city council member jessica. Petersen white says like many people. She's to make difficult choices. Juggling a young child and her job because of the pandemic maternity leave lasted a little more than a week. And then i was working harder than ever before. It's makes your mental survive. Twenty twenty supporters say the fund would help working families deal with long-term effects of the crisis and could help reduce staff turnover but senate republicans site the costs for small business owners and note that many employers offer their own plans. The bill also posed by the minnesota chamber of commerce cleared a house committee this week while the minnesota house version is seeing some movement. It's unclear whether the companion bill in the senate will get hearing louis dejoy the battle postmaster. General said wednesday. He's not going anywhere as he faces. Withering criticism those leadership of the us postal service and called for president. Joe biden to oust him. That from politico testifying at a house oversight and reform committee meeting dejoy said he intended to be around a long time. Get used to me. He said politico notes to joys resolve may be put to the test soon as by nominated three people to fill open seats on the board that determines the post pastors fate. Would that come see opportunity to get rid of dejoy an election. Washington's largest city and making elections better reflect the will of voters is getting some new funding. Worn that from eric ticket off the center for election. Science is making a seventy thousand dollar grant to seattle approves and four other groups around the country. Seattle approves wants to change the city's primary elections so that voters select all the candidates they support rather than just one. Logan bowers ran for seattle city council and twenty nineteen. He saw voters struggle with a crowded field of candidates and thanks approval. Voting would make the process easier to have similar views. They don't have to worry that their votes going to be split and then both candidates will lose and so the net was that if the candidates that make it through tend to be favored or approved by more voters. Voting reform groups were also chosen in the san francisco bay area austin texas missouri and utah. This is p. ennis federal regulators have issued a preliminary permit now for a pumped hydropower project using water for blink powell but conservation groups say climate change could make that plan on sustainable. The project would pump water from the lake. Drain it downhill to a generator and send the power to massive batteries for storage. The twenty two hundred megawatt project but supply cities in arizona. California nevada over lines previously used by the retired navajo generating station but gary walkner with the group save. The colorado says falling water levels will make the colorado river basin an unreliable source of water. Starting trying to build billions dollars with the infrastructure in this lake in the system that is clearly in severe decline strange way to try to generate a lot smarter faster easier ways. The generous first then from stories hydro. The permit gives the developer daybreak power. The go ahead to negotiate for land. Use rights and finalized plans for the project conservation groups. Say the three point. Six billion dollars would be better. Invested in solar and wind power projects mark. Richardson reporting no data. She was a big drop pissed over. Nine percent. In the number of indiana students applied for federal student aid this year. Experts say that could mean a big red flag for college enrollment. The national college team network cracks fast free applications for federal student aid. Morally keller is networks director of technical assistance. If the fast they're already running just under ten percent behind and faxes are very strong indicator about the likelihood to enroll in college. We may be getting set up for another significant drop in college. Enrollment this fall one speculations. Many students are holding off waiting to hear whether their preferred college will offer in person instruction next semester. And finally our lily bulky tells us a cohort of white people of means are transferred wealth to black lead food and land organizations across the nation as a form of reparations and restorative justice at the detroit black community food security network executive director maliki akini says a white woman from california called last year saying she wanted a sizeable portion of her inheritance to go to the organization. He akini recalls. She felt there was some lack of justice in how the money was acquired and she wanted to redirect it into the community one the fundamental reasons that black brown and indigenous communities suffer food insecurity is because of dispossession of land. One of the things that give community the ability to feed itself is having access to land to grow and produce food. According to recent data white people ninety eight percent of farmland though many black americans have deep roots in farming. This story was produced original reporting from ruth. Terry for yes. Media this is by clifford for public news service member listener.

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"gary walkner" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:31 min | 1 year ago

"gary walkner" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"A bill advancing in the minnesota would establish a statewide paid family. Leave program are mike. Born reports is not the first time lawmakers have considered the idea but backers. Say the timing is right. Tell households of ended by the pandemic house file. Twelve hundred create a statewide fund for employers and their staff to pay into representing roughly two to three dollars a weekly earnings. The plan covers twelve weeks of partial wages for a worker dealing with a serious illness or caring for a newborn or another loved. One northfield city council member. Jessica petersen white says like many people. She's to make difficult choices. Juggling a young child her job because of the pandemic maternity leave lasted a little more than a week. And then i was working harder than ever before. It's makes your mental survive. Twenty twenty supporters say the fund would help working families deal with term effects of the crisis and could help reduce staff turnover but senate republicans site the concert. Small business owners and note that many employers offer their own plans. The bill also opposed by the minnesota chamber of commerce cleared a house committee this week while the minnesota house version is seeing some movement. It's unclear whether the companion bill in the senate will get hearing louis dejoy the battle postmaster. General said wednesday. He's not going anywhere as he faces. Withering criticism of his leadership of the us postal service and call for president. Joe biden to oust him that from politico testifying at a house oversight and reform committee meeting. Dejoy said he intended to be around a long time. Get used to me. He said politico notes to joys resolve may be put to the test. Soon as biden nominated three people to fill open seats on the board that determines he post pastors fate. Would that come see opportunity to get rid of dejoy an election. Washington's largest city and making elections better reflect the will of voters is getting some new funding born that from iraq ticket off the center for election. Science is making a seventy thousand dollar to seattle approves and four other groups around the country. Seattle approves wants to change the city's primary elections so that voters select all the candidates they support rather than just one logan hours ran for seattle city council and twenty nine thousand nine hundred. He saw voters struggle with crowded field of candidates and thanks approval. Voting would make the process easier. If there's two candidates that have similar views. They don't have to worry that their votes going to be split and book candidates will lose and so the net was that if the candidates that make it through tend to be favored or approved by war. Voters voting reform groups were also chosen in the san francisco bay area austin texas missouri and utah. This is p. ennis federal regulators have issued a preliminary permit now for a pumped. Hydropower project using water for blake powell but conservation groups say climate change could bake that plan unsustainable. The project would pump water from the lake. Drain it downhill to a generator and send the power to massive battery for storage. The twenty two hundred megawatt project would supply cities in arizona. California nevada over lines previously used by the retired navajo generating station but gary walkner with the group save. The colorado says falling water levels will make the colorado river basin. An unreliable source of water started to build billions down with the infrastructure in this lake in the system that is clearly in severe decline range way to try to generate a lot smarter faster easier ways generous then from stories hydro. The permit gives the developer daybreak power. The go ahead to negotiate for land use rights and finalized plans for the project but conservation groups say the three point. Six billion dollars would be better invested in solar and wind power projects mark. Richardson reporting new data. She's a big drop pissed over nine percent. In the number of indiana students apply for federal student aid this year. Experts say that could mean a big red flag for college enrollment. The national college attainment network cracks fast free applications for federal student aid morally. Keller is he networks director of technical assistance if the fasces are already running just under ten percent behind and faxes are very strong indicator about the likelihood to enroll in college. We may be getting set up for another significant drop in college. Enrollment this fall one speculations. Many students are holding off waiting to hear whether their preferred college will offer in person instruction next semester. And finally our lily bulky tells us a cohort of white people of means are transferred wealth to black lead food and land organizations across the nation as a form of reparations and restorative justice at the detroit black community food security network executive director maliki akini says the white woman from california called last year saying she wanted a sizeable portion of her inheritance to go to the organization. He akini recalls. She felt there was some lack of justice in how the money was acquired and she wanted to redirected community one of the fundamental reasons that black brown and indigenous community suffer. Food insecurity is because of dispossession of land. One of the things that gives the community. The ability to feed itself is having access to land to grow and produce food. According to recent data wait people ninety eight percent of farmland though many black americans have deep roots in farming. This story was produced original reporting from ruth. Terry for yes media. This is mike clifford for public new service member at listener supported and always online at public news service dot. Org here's a look at weather from the hotlanta newsfeed weather center today. Mostly sunny with moderate wind. Timely of fifty five tonight mostly cloudy with light wind and occasional gusts as high as twenty miles per hour low around twenty seven thursday partly sunny with a high near forty three. That's the latest weather checkout more news and weather on our website at heartland news feed dot com. Hey it was a that kidnapped that ball out and it is hands twice so under thirty left san diego state having trouble get it in. They got a call. Time out again are they. Are they calling foued. Are you watching this game. Cover high no. I think that they. I think they actually called a foul. Like i'm trying to figure it out without any knowledge of the volume or anything else going on here. I think they actually called a foul on n. Mounts and they did. And now san diego state shoot free throws so they never inbounded it they never even tried to inbound it. They fouled him as the guy was trying to pass it in. They followed the guy and they're at the line again and they hit the first free throw so free points you know what like this is crazy. Now they're up to sixty two sixty and just a great finish twenty seven seconds left very entrenched in this game. 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"gary walkner" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:27 min | 1 year ago

"gary walkner" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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The plan would then cover twelve weeks of wages for a worker dealing with a serious illness or caring for a newborn or another loved. One northfield city council member jessica. Petersen white says like many people. She's to make difficult choices. Juggling a young child and her job because of the pandemic mann maternity leave lasted a little more than a week. And then i was working harder than ever before. It's make sure bookstore survive. Twenty twenty supporters say the fund would help working families deal with term effects of the crisis and could help reduce staff turnover but senate republicans site the cost for small business owners and note that many employers offer their own plans. The bill also opposed by the minnesota chamber of commerce cleared a house committee this week while the minnesota house version is seeing some movement. It's unclear whether the companion bill and the senate will get a hearing. Louis dejoy the battle postmaster. General said wednesday. He's not going anywhere as he faces. Withering criticism of his leadership of the us postal service and calls for president. Joe biden to oust him that from political testifying at a house oversight and reform committee meeting. Dejoy said he intended to be around a long time. Get used to me. He said politico notes to joys resolve may be put to the test soon as by nominated three people to fill open seats on the board that determines he posts pastors fate. Would that come see opportunity to get rid of dejoy. An election in washington's largest city and making elections better reflect the will of voters is getting some new funding born that from iraq ticket off the center for election. Science is making a seven thousand dollar grant to seattle approves and for other groups around the country. Seattle approves wants to change the city's primary elections so that voters select candidates they support rather than just one. Logan bowers ran for seattle city council and twenty nineteen. He saw voters struggle with a crowded field of candidates and thinks approval. Voting would make the process easier to candidates that have similar view. They don't have to worry that they're going to be split. And then book candidates will lose and so the net was also that if the candidates that make it through tend to be favored or approved by war. Voters voting reform groups were also chosen in the san francisco bay area austin texas missouri and utah. This is p. ns federal regulators have issued a preliminary permit now for a pumped hydropower project using water for blink powell but conservation groups say climate change could make that plan unsustainable. The project would pump water from the lake. Drain it downhill to a generator and send the power to massive batteries for storage. The twenty two hundred megawatt project would supply cities in arizona. California nevada over lines previously used by the retired navajo generating station but gary walkner with the group saved. The colorado says falling water levels will make the colorado river basin an unreliable source of water starting to build billion with the infrastructure in this lake and in the system that is clearly in severe decline range way to try to generate a lot smarter faster easier ways generate kristan from stories hydro. The permit gives the developer daybreak. The go ahead to negotiate for land use rights and finalized plans for the project but conservation groups say the three point. Six billion dollars would be better invested in solar and wind power projects mark. Richardson reporting the data. She was a big drop just over nine percent. In the number of indiana students apply for federal student aid this year. Experts say that could mean a big red flag for college enrollment. The national college attainment network cracks fast free applications for federal student aid. Morally keller is network director of technical assistance if the fastest are already running just under ten percent behind and faxes are very strong indicator about the likelihood to enroll in college. We may be getting set up for another significant drop in college. Enrollment this fall. one speculation. Many students are holding off waiting to hear whether their preferred college will offer in person instruction next semester. And finally our lily bulky tells us a cohort of white people of means are transferred well to black lead food and land organizations across the nation as a form of reparations and restorative justice at the detroit black community food security network executive director maliki akini says a white woman from california called last year saying she wanted a sizeable portion of her inheritance to go to the organization. Ikini recall. She felt. There was some lack of justice in how the money was acquired and she won intervene directed into the community. One of the fundamental reasons that black brown and indigenous communities suffer food insecurity is because of dispossession of land. One of the things that gives the community. The ability to feed itself is having access to land to grow and produce food. According to recent data white people. Oh ninety eight percent of us farmland though many black americans have deep roots in farming. The story was produced with original reporting from ruth. Terry for yes media. This is mike clifford. Four public new service member.

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"gary walkner" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

06:46 min | 1 year ago

"gary walkner" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Why call potentially psychopathic strangers when you could ask your friends family or neighbors for help so for one makes decentralized emergency response possible and it's free visit four one one dot com or download. Sell four one one of your favorite app store where the rubber meets road. Actually i'm not even sure what that means. Radio network life at heart. Newsfeed dot com. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and instagram. The public service doing newscast the twenty fifth. Twenty twenty one. Different a bill advancing in the minnesota house would establish a statewide. Paid family leave. Program are mike. Boorda reports is not the first time lawmakers have considered the idea but backers. Say the timing is right. Tell households of ended by the pandemic house filed twelve hundred create a statewide fund for employers and their staff to pay into representing roughly two to three dollars a weekly earnings. The plan covers twelve weeks of partial wages for a worker dealing with a serious illness or caring for a newborn or another loved. One northfield city council member. Jessica petersen white says like many people. She's to make difficult choices. Juggling a young child her job because of the pandemic maternity leave lasted a little more than a week. And then i was working harder than ever before. It's make sure my books survive. Twenty twenty supporters say the fund would help working families deal with term effects of the crisis and could help reduce staff turnover but senate republicans site the cost for small business owners and note that many employers offer their own plans. The bill also opposed by the minnesota chamber of commerce cleared a house committee this week while the minnesota house version is seeing some movement. It's unclear whether the companion bill in the senate will get curing louis dejoy the battle postmaster. General said wednesday. He's not going anywhere as he faces. Withering criticism of his leadership of the us postal service and calls for president. Joe biden to oust him that from politico testifying at a house oversight and reform committee meeting. Dejoy said he intended to be around a long time. Get used to me. He said politico notes to joys resolve may be put to the test soon as by nominated three people to fill open seats on the board that determines he posts pastors fate. Would that come see opportunity to get rid of dejoy and an election. Washington's largest city and making elections better reflect the will of voters is getting some new funding. Born that from eric ticket off the center for election. Science is making a seventy thousand dollar grant to seattle approves and four other groups around the country. Seattle approves wants to change the city's primary elections so that voters select candidates they support rather than just one logan hours ran for seattle city council and twenty nine thousand nine hundred. He saw voters struggle with crowded field of candidates and thinks approval. Voting would make the process easier to candidates that have similar views. They don't have to worry that they're going to be split and book. Candidates will lose and so the net was that if the candidates that make it through tend to be favored or approved by war. Voters voting reform groups were also chosen in the san francisco bay area austin texas missouri and utah. This is p. ns federal regulators have issued a preliminary permit now for a pumped. Hydropower project using water for blake powell but conservation groups say climate change could make that plan unsustainable. The project would pump water from the lake. Drain it downhill to a generator and send the power to massive battery for storage. The twenty two hundred megawatt project but supply cities in arizona. California nevada over lines previously used by the retired navajo generating station but gary walkner with the group save. The colorado says falling water levels will make the colorado river basin an unreliable source of water starting to build billions down with the infrastructure in this late in the system that is clearly in severe decline range. Way to try to generate electricity. A lot smarter faster easier ways. Kristan from storage hydro. The permit gives the developer daybreak power. The go ahead to negotiate for land use rights and finalized plans for the project but conservation groups say the three point. Six billion dollars would be better invested in solar and wind power projects mark. Richardson reporting the data. She was a big drop pissed over nine percent. In the number of indiana students apply for federal student aid this year. Experts say that could mean a big red flag for college enrollment. The national college attainment network cracks fast free applications for federal student aid morally. Keller is he networks director of technical assistance if the fasces are already running just under ten percent behind and faxes are very strong indicator about the likelihood to enroll in college. We may be getting set up for another significant drop in college. Enrollment this fall one speculations. Many students are holding off waiting to hear whether their preferred college will offer in person instruction next semester. And finally our lily bulky tells us a cohort of white people of means are transferred wealth to black lead food and land organizations across the nation as a form of reparations and restorative justice at the detroit black community food security network executive director maliki akini says the white woman from california called last year saying she wanted a sizeable portion of her inheritance to go to the organization. He akini recalls. She felt there was some lack of justice in how the money was acquired and she wanted to redirect it into the community one of the fundamental reasons that black brown and indigenous community suffer food. Insecurity is because of dispossession of land. One of the things that gives community the ability to feed itself is having access to land to grow and produce food. According to recent data wait people ninety eight percent of us farmland though many black americans have deep roots in farming. The story was produced with original reporting ruth. Terry for yes. Media this is by clifford for public new service member a-listers.

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"gary walkner" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:50 min | 1 year ago

"gary walkner" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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All you're listening to the heartland newsfeed radio network at live hot heartland use fee dot com. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and instagram's the public service newscast avoid twenty fifth. Twenty twenty one. I by different a bill advancing in the minnesota house would establish a statewide paid family. Leave program are mike. Boorda reports is not the first time lawmakers have considered the idea but backers. Say the timing is right. Tell households of ended by the pandemic house filed twelve hundred what creative statewide fund for employers and their staff to pay into representing roughly two to three dollars a weekly earnings. The plan would then cover twelve weeks of partial wages for a worker dealing with a serious illness or caring for a newborn or another loved. One northfield city council member. Jessica petersen white says like many people. She's had to make difficult choices. Juggling a young child and her job because of the pandemic maternity leave lasted a little more than a week and then i was working harder than ever before to make sure my bookstore survived twenty twenty supporters say the fund would help working families deal with term effects of the crisis and could help reduce staff turnover but senate republican side the cost for small business owners and note that many employers offer their own plans. The bill also opposed by the minnesota chamber of commerce cleared a house committee this week while the minnesota house version is seeing some movement. It's unclear whether the companion bill in the senate will get a hearing louis dejoy the battle postmaster. General said wednesday. He's not going anywhere as he faces. Withering criticism of his leadership of the us postal service and calls for president. Joe biden to oust him that from political testifying at a house oversight and reform committee meeting. Dejoy said he intended to be around a long time. Get used to me. He said politico notes joys resolve may be put to the test soon as by nominated three people to fill open seats on the board that determines post pastors fate with that. Come see opportunity to get rid of dejoy. An election in washington's largest city and making elections better reflect the will of voters is getting some new funding more nat from eric. Tough the center for election science is making a seventy thousand dollar grant to seattle approves and for other groups around the country. Seattle approves wants to change the city's primary elections so that voters select all the candidates they support rather than just one logan bowers ran for seattle city council and twenty one. Thousand nine hundred. He saw voters struggle with the crowded field of candidates and thinks approval. Voting would make the process easier to candidates that have similar views. They don't have to worry that their votes going to be split and then both candidates will lose and so the net result that if the candidates that make through tend to be favored or approved by more voters voting reform groups were also chosen in the san francisco bay area austin texas missouri and utah. This is p. ns federal regulators have issued a preliminary permit now for a pumped power project using water for blink powell but conservation groups say climate change could make that plan on sustainable. The project would pump water from the lake. Drain it downhill to a generator and send the power to massive batteries for storage. The twenty two hundred megawatt project but supply cities in arizona california and nevada over lines previously used by retired navajo generating station but gary walkner with the group save. The colorado says falling water levels will make the colorado river basin unreliable source of water starting to build billions of dollars worth of infrastructure in this lake and in the system that is clearly in severe decline. It's strange way to try to generate a lot smarter faster easier ways. Generally i am from stories. Hydro the permit gives the developer daybreak power. The go-ahead to negotiate for land use rights and finalized plans for the project but conservation groups. Say the three point. Six billion dollars would be better invested in solar and wind power projects. mark richardson. reporting. The data is a big drop just over nine percent. In the number of indiana students apply for federal student aid this year. Experts say that could mean a big red flag for college enrollment. The national college attainment network cracks fast food free applications for federal student aid. Morally keller is networks director of technical assistance if the fastest. They're already running just under ten percent behind and fast are very strong indicator about the likelihood to enroll in college. We may be getting set up for another significant drop.

"gary walkner" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

06:59 min | 2 years ago

"gary walkner" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"You. Have to wonder if in today's lyrically correct over sensitive. And ringing society if they could even write the song these days because ladies night is discriminatory. Give me a break eight Oh, nine now thirteen ten K of k a thirteen, ten Kfi a dot com northern Colorado's voice mornings with Gail live and local via the auto collisions specialists, studios. Now I, know some of you who are opponents to glade reservoir might take issue with my. Just, stack response to this story, but yesterday for the Larimer County Commissioners. Thing approving that permanent for glade reservoir and its associated pipelines working for peace by Kevin. Dugan out of Fort Collins Colorado and long running plans to build nist Sp. this is that northern integrated supply project cleared another hurdle Jess. Yesterday, it was a two to one votes pretty predictable along party lines. Larimer County Commissioners approved a permit application from northern water to build elements. Of this water storage project Yes Kevin Duggan writes pretty controversial including glade reservoir which would sit off the poodle river just northwest of fort. Collins and four pipelines to carry its water Republican Commissioners Steve. Johnson. Tom Danley supported northerns plan commissioner John Coppola's a Democrat was opposed. Now the commissioners approved this ten, forty, one permanent and we had the opportunity to talk with Jeff stay who is. for northern water just a few days ago about this and the import, the significance of this ten, forty one permits. But that permit is actually named for the State Law that gives local governments authority over some, not all some in infrastructure projects with about eighty conditions intended to reduce its impacts on county residents Donnelly Johnson said northern waters proposal meets criteria spelled out in the counties land use. Code Kepala conversely said, it did not meet all the criteria including not adversely affecting the environment, Johnson saying something. We've all been saying for quite some time growth will continue in northern Colorado that isn't the issue in question and more water storage is needed to meet future demand. Current larimer county residents benefit from decisions made decades ago to bring water from the western slope to the front. Range. He went on to say. I do believe that future folks the come after us in Larimer, county will view this in very much. The same way we view horse tooth, reservoir in appreciation for the folks who had the foresight to deal with the tough issues and provide for future water needs for us. He said, and I think this project will provide for future water needs for our kids and their kids who want to live northern Colorado Cabela's listed several concerns about this proposal, how it would impact county among the concerns was how climate change is protected projected to impact the state in the. Years to come in terms of snow pack and Water Rights. He said based on the modeling that's been done in the Upper Colorado River Basin. I think there are serious implications to Putin river flow and how that affects the proposed glade reservoir, and that seemed to be one of the major flashpoints throughout the twenty plus years we've been talking about this project. Donnelly said the project would benefit the county and several ways including preserving agricultural land, providing recreation and mitigating environmental impacts. Northern water has committed to spending fifty three million dollars on mitigation and enhancement projects related to this. The fate of NECE. which began a federal environmental review back in two thousand four well unfortunately, it's far from settled. It still must acquire new mattress federal state and local permits and survive expected legal challenges. Now within minutes of the Commissioners Vote Longtime N-. ISP opponent Gary Wachner Gary Walkner director of Save the putter issued a statement saying that the group will sued the county, which is pretty expected over the decision in District Court. wachner stated. The powder river will be irrevocably irrevocably damaged. If nist is belt, I take issue with that statement with all due deference respect Mr. Wachner. In addition, the commissioners were given clear evidence that the application violates the land use code including several of the twelve criteria and as such this application absolutely should have been denied. Now, the decision came after the commissioners held a series of hearings and informational meetings on the proposal sessions set aside for public comment took up about eleven, hours of in person and remote testimony with the majority of the speakers opposing. Capellas said he received about twelve hundred emails about the project issues raised by opponents included the impact on the rivers ecosystems by drawing more. It's all ready more on. It's already heavily diverted flows critics including some local scientists said, this would cause once again, irreparable harm to the river and northern state approved mitigation plan was in their view inadequate other opponents voiced concerns about construction impacts and the placement of pipelines through the Eagle Lake subdivision as well as natural areas owned by the city of Fort. Collins. Northern and other proponents count me among them. said, this is needed to provide water as the region grows. They also said construction of, blade, reservoir would provide recreational opportunities for county residents this as the Larimer county commissioners along party lines do approve that permit for. glade..

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"gary walkner" Discussed on GrowthBusters

GrowthBusters

30:13 min | 2 years ago

"gary walkner" Discussed on GrowthBusters

"Bound to fail, it is not true and I. I don't know how we. Combat the marketing machine that is against it that is against the environmental movement as a whole, but using their same tools to promote something that is not real, not really sustainable I don't think is the way to do it either. Green new sizzle. Yeah But you raise an important point that I think. We need to acknowledge and keep in mind as we explore solutions, which were about to to dig into because a hen referred to a piece in the New York Times about how conservatives are starting to use the economic challenges of the COVID. Nineteen shutdown to incite fear of the coming green new deal other saying this is what a carbon constrained. World will look like this. Isn't this miserable I think we're going to every now and then have to put on our marketing hats, Christine and figure out a way to beat them at that game. One part of it I think is this dichotomy. I mean in terms of this Kobe crisis. They're saying that look at where the green new deal is going to be hell. Because look at the hell. We're facing for the economy well. We didn't have to have this health or the economy. What we have is a two party system that is not offering us alternatives for what could be happening during this cova crisis, we could be giving a universal basic income to everybody right now. Like many other countries are doing. We could be giving Medicare for all to everyone and we wouldn't be going through this economic crisis. Crisis and we could still be shutdown, or we can still have people living a decent life through this like many of the other nations, particularly in thinking of Spain are doing. In fact, Spain is nationalizing a lot of their previously private programs in order to affect that change. They've changed it now. They're going to change in the future. And so I think part of it is that we are not imagining all the possibilities. We have this one possibility from the so called bright one possibility from so-called left, and there's a plethora of other possibilities there being off the table, and maybe that's what needs to be. Put out there. I think we'll get into that today, so that makes me even more excited about the conversation I don't WanNa. Make the preamble taken our, but I. do want to offer one other thing. that. I was thinking earlier today about the wish I had said during the Webinar and I know one of the things that. Was a catalyst for US hosting these two sessions was that the people who saw planet of the humans were disappointed that the film didn't offer solutions. And I just want to as a filmmaker. Stand up a little bit for the filmmaker, but also in a way kind of set the stage for what we're doing today. I think that Jeff Gibbs needed before offering solutions. He really needed to make the case for what the problem is. That needs solutions and took a film to do that, but additionally I think it would be pretty arrogant, filmmaker, or even arrogant of us to. Assume that we have all the solutions. No does knowing one has all the solutions, so the goal is for everyone who is seeking solutions considering them discussing promoting or implementing solutions we want everybody involved in that to have all of that be informed by the fundamental truth that we've gotten too big for our planet and technology alone can't fix that. So we're GONNA, talk about solutions, today and some suggestions but. I don't think we have duck all the magic answers and we won't even. Give everybody, a detailed, raspy, or to do list for all the things that we think should be on the table, but we'll give you a lot enough that you can. You know what you might want to explore what you might WanNa try, but if you walk away from having seen that film from having watched or listened to our discussions, if you walk away with this new operating system in your head, that says bigger isn't better We just can't keep on chasing more than the things that you come up with the. They'll be more appropriate. You'll come up with solutions instead of more problems for solve. Their enough. Okay. Gary Walkner wrote his. Environmental Writer Director of the Save the Colorado River Organization rivers in the name of the organization, but that's what he's talking about with Safety Colorado. He wrote A. Review of planet of the humans, and he said something pretty. Insightful thought which was that the film forces a necessary discussion about what environmentalism needs to become, which is a comprehensive critique and advocacy against human overpopulation over consumption and overdevelopment, really are looking here for a way for for some common goals that everybody in the environmental movement can get behind. We do not want to pick fights with three fifty dot, org or Sierra club or any renewable energy advocates. We all really have the same goals in mind so today talk a little bit about aspirations, but let's really try to drill down to the practical steps that I think everybody's dying to hear about. That would be a rational response to the news. That technology can't save us. So what I want to know is if we can agree to start with that. We have two big. Buckets of solutions that we want to talk about one bucket of things that we can do to contract the global economy and another bucket things that we can do to contract the global human population. Do I have agreement on that or am I missing bucket. Two big buckets. And daunting to. Okay. No one's contesting that. Yes okay. Some people are going to think that we can work on one bucket and solve the problem in fact I think it's fair to say there are people in the world with both opinions, something that we can ignore human overpopulation and still get into sustainable mode, and some people think that we can just focus on human overpopulation and keep on living high on the Hog, as we are today and solve the problem and I'm betting that everybody at the table today. I would disagree with both of those crowds that we. I know in my heart. I am quite positive that we have got to be working on both of those. Yeah I, just want to mention something I've found with a lot of people I. Talk to people in the movement. It just seems like it's the old cliche to a man with a hammer. Everything's a nail, so there's a lot of people from whatever industry they're in whatever field they're in think they have the magic bullets solution within their fields, and so if we just take down capitalism, like said if just. Just deal with overpopulation so I think that's one way of talking to everybody saying that look, you're not wrong, but we need all of this. We need all on the table and we can't think there's one way to fix anything. It reminds me of our obesity epidemic, and if you remember I think it started in the ninety s, it was all low sugar. No, no not low sugar, low, fat, low fat. and. It was like okay. We're GONNA. Take on this obesity epidemic. We could still eat all the same stuff, and it's just all about the fat, and that proves to be totally wrong, and we still do that with diets and stuff, but it's like we're approaching the environment in the same way. I really liked that analogy. Very much. Yeah, because people just want it's. It's very easy to say okay. I'm going to eliminate all of this stuff. I don't have to worry about any of this. All I have to do is just hyper. Focus on this one thing that makes it very very easy right? If we can just say, it's just capitalism I'm only going to devote my time and energy to justice. That would be you. You know an efficient use of my time, but I can't do it by myself. I. Also need to make friends with the people who are population sustainability advocates. I need to make friends with people who WanNa talk, just climb it or people who WanNa talk about biodiversity loss like everybody should have their area focus and shouldn't be a competition of WHO's GonNa. Save the planet I. It should be like. Saving. The planet is such a huge job. We all need to get together and come up with solutions that we all have the same goal so. We need to find a way of getting there together. Can I say one more thing Dave like you mentioned about that. We don't all have the solutions so I'm glad you said that because we have suggestions, but no one has a solution. I'll tweet. Be doing it however, or while there's institutional reasons. We can't, but the other thing is I think we need to realize that we may not save. The planet we mean not save our species. There are other species on the planet, but. If we'RE MORAL PEOPLE IF WE'RE COMPASSIONATE PEOPLE IF we love other humans and other species. then. We're still gonNA fight to do what we can. It may not be a win. We may be too late, but you know there's some people who are trying to throw in the towel and say well. It's too light. We can't do anything. You might be right, but if you're. What else can you do if you're a moral person and you care then just keep working on it, and at least a Levy, eight, the pain and suffering of many teams and other species on the planet. We sometimes. Get.

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