In June, President Obama introduced his Climate Action Plan, doubling the goal set during his first term to 20,000 megawatts' worth of renewable energy projects on public lands, generating clean, sustainable power for about six million homes.
With funding for all government functions ending on Oct. 1 and the debt limit expiring again in the middle of the month, Congress has some important decisions to make in the next few weeks.
A nationwide poll shows overwhelming bipartisan support for funding National Forests, the National Forest Foundation (NFF) announced last week.
For the past few months, we've brought you updates from Montana, where Wilderness Society interns Lily Clarke and Gre
Update (Monday, Sept.
On Sept. 20, the Obama Administration continued its efforts to combat climate change by proposing new standards that will limit dangerous carbon pollution from new power plants.
The House of Representatives passed a radical forest bill on Sept. 20 that would open the way for vast clear-cutting of the country's national forests.
Last week Coloradan communities experienced what has become chillingly common in America: an extreme weather event that left hundreds of homes destroyed and hundreds of people unacc
Update: As of Sept 26, the Rocky Mountain National Park is 93% open.
A new economic study has shown that designating the Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks area as a National Monument will have a “significant positive effect” on the local economy.
Chronic under-funding has left our nation's trail system in poor shape. Support a bill that would change that.