Foreign conglomerates would love to develop one of the world's largest open-pit mines—known as Pebble Mine—in the heart of Alaska's wild Bristol Bay region, an area known for the largest salmon runs in the world. But what they don't advertise is that this proposed g
The annual Solar Decathlon was held on the on the National Mall in Washington DC through the beginning of October, and while the solar-rooftops and rain gardens might not directly showcasing ways to conserve our natural spaces and wild places, each of the unique designs in the competition show h
While public attention has been intently focused on the economy and concerns about the federal deficit, members of the House Natural Resources Committee have quietly initiated a sneak attack on America's wild places -- our parks, refuges, forests, historical monuments, and wildlife habitats.
Communities near northwest Colorado’s Dinosaur National Monument are expected to experience a surge in jobs and economic growth in the near future thanks to the reopening of a long-awaited visitor center and exhibit hall that will give visitors an up-close look at the monument’s worl
Arctic animals face a new threat that could severely exacerbate habitat stresses caused by climate change. In recent years, oil companies have targeted vulnerable waters in Alaska’s Chukchi and Beaufort seas, hoping to create a new frontier for oil drilling.
One week removed from a very successful Great Outdoors America Week, which brought together over 200 outdoor enthusiasts from around the country, the need for continued advocacy of our public lands is even more apparent.