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Coal production on public lands has been an important part of the U.S.
On March 24, the Interior Department announced that it will begin a “Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement” to review how coal production on public lands impacts climate and whether it is providing a fair return to tax payers.
Today, in a historic announcement, President Obama and Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau pledged to cut methane emissions from currently producing oil and gas wells.
Did you know that leaking methane gas has resulted in a cloud the size of Delaware hovering over the southwest part of our country?
For the first time since the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska was established in 1923, a company is producing oil in the w
The report (PDF) from The Wilderness Society explains how the oil and gas industry routinely exploits leasing loopholes known as “suspensions,” to
The benefits of wilderness and other public lands for modern-day flora and fauna are well-known, but conservation of wild places helps preserve traces of bygone life too,
The region already is experiencing dramatic effects of climate change, with more intense storms, beach erosion, melting permafrost, shifting wildlife habitats and disappearing sea ice.
In 1969, landing on the moon was a truly paradigm-shifting achievement--a real “first” both for the American public and NASA.
The National Conservation Lands are considered the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) version of the national parks—iconic places that safeguard tremendous scenery, wildlife habitat and archaeol
Congress will vote this month on a measure that would open the pristine Arctic Refuge to drilling.