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Billions in funding for three emerging energy technologies that Wyoming is already exploring: clean hydrogen, carbon capture and advanced nuclear power.

Despite the senators’ misgivings about the infrastructure plan, some of the programs covered under its hefty price tag would support the development of advanced energy sources, which many in Wyoming say are key to revitalizing the state’s economy as natural resource revenue continues to decline.

How to Build a Water-Smart City

As water shortages and drought become increasingly common, cities will need to invest in infrastructure and find ways to recycle their supply.

Bumble Gave Nearly Its Entire Staff a Week Off to Combat Burnout. Here’s What It Learned

One of several companies to institute a ‘reset week,’ the dating app business has useful lessons on how to let your employees unplug.

We’ve been here before: Wyoming nuclear project echoes of past

The multi-billion dollar Natrium project is a joint effort of PacifiCorp, TerraPower and the U.S. Department of Energy that is expected to place a 345-megawatt power plant in Wyoming. Behind TerraPower is none other than Bill Gates, co-founder of Microsoft and co-chair of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. 

Inclusive ‘Placemaking’ Leads to Civic Renewal

Cities across America are working to build more inclusive economies. A good way to start is by creating neighborhoods that are great places to live, work, and play, and are accessible, affordable, and welcoming to as many people as possible.

Minnesota Broadband: Land of 10,000 Connectivity Solutions

The majority of the fastest, most affordable networks in Minnesota have come from locally-rooted companies and a commitment to local communities rather than distant shareholders.

National parks are so crowded that Congress is getting involved – Are Tourists Loving Montana Too Much?

Reservations, staffing, and car limits are pitched as solutions during testimony in a Senate subcommittee hearing

California Congressman Mark Takano Introduces Legislation For A Four-Day Workweek – Working 9-To-5 Is An Antiquated Relic

“A shorter workweek would benefit both employers and employees alike.” He pointed out, “Pilot programs run by governments and businesses across the globe have shown promising results, as productivity climbed and workers reported better work-life balance, less need to take sick days, heightened morale and lower childcare expenses because they had more time with their family and children.”

There’s a Rough Technology Sunset Coming for Rural Communities

Retiring old communication technology standards could have an outsized negative influence on rural communities with limited providers and competition in the field of broadband internet and wireless services.

This should be the remote workers’ ‘Bill of Rights’

The executive director of Tulsa Remote asks (and answers): “What is the remote worker owed? And, to what extent, if at all, are remote workers different from their office-bound counterparts?”