On Wednesday, at the close of the Western Governors’ Association's annual meeting, Governor Mark Gordon was elected as chairman.
As the new Chair, Governor Gordon identified carbon capture utilization and sequestration as his Initiative.
The National Weather Service reports that although there will likely be warmer, dry days in the coming weeks, it is likely that cooler, wetter weather conditions will persist a little for a little while longer.
"This is great news for keeping fire weather at bay, but the threat of severe flooding continues."
In his first episode, host Governor Mark Gordon, director of the Wyoming Game and Fish Department Brian Nesvik, and Muley Fanatic Foundation founder Joshua Coursey discuss how winter weather impacts wildlife.
Gordon: "Fossil fuels are an important part of our state's energy mix and a vital component of any effort to successfully address reasonable climate goals. With innovation, they will continue to be part of our portfolio for the foreseeable future."