Across the country the drive to drill is sending oil and gas development deeper into our wildest, most beloved public lands. But some lands are simply too wild to drill. Our new Too Wild to Drill report spotlights 12 such places - places that need protection today.
Western states are faced with multiple challenges this summer. As temperatures continue to rise, communities may be forced to choose between their dwindling water supply and their profitable oil and gas resources.
Washington state celebrated a huge victory in early July as the state legislature passed into law a bill that will conserve 50,000 acres of land in the picturesque Teanaway River Valley, east of Seattle.