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Episode 3 - Extraction Without Representation

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Our third episode covers fossil fuel production in the rural West and alternative revenue sources for states that currently rely on extraction royalties. We bring back Dr. Justin Farrell to discuss his home state of Wyoming and Dr. Rob Klee to cover executive options that Biden can use to speed up the clean energy transition. 

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Bui, Q, Sanger-Katz, M, 2016. Why the government owns so much land in the West. The New York Times. Accessed on 19 April 2021 by 

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Congressional Research Service. 2020. Revenues and disbursements from oil and natural gas production on federal land.  

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Hein, JF, 2015. Oil companies are drilling on public land for the price of a cup of coffee. Here’s why that should change. The Washington Post. Accessed on 19 April 2021 by 

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