Just two months after President Trump approved the permanent dismantlement of a rule that ensured the public was involved early and often in decisions about fossil fuel development on public land, the Trump administration has opened an absurdly short comment period to overhaul the process of public land management.
You already answered the call to speak out for Bears Ears and the 26 other monuments—thank you. You are part of a movement of millions of people who care about defending these places. Here is what to expect in the coming weeks and months.
Four case studies in Nevada, Wisconsin, Texas and Maryland examine the often hidden social and environmental costs of burning publicly mined coal, which pollutes our air and harms communities across the U.S.