Officials who are in DC to celebrate economic benefits of national monuments to be visible at House hearing
Five-Year Review Shows Program Exceeding Expectations
The Wilderness Society today weighed in against a number of bills considered before a hearing in the House Natural Resources Committee’s Subcommittee on Public Lands and Environmental Regulation.
The following statement from The Wilderness Society President Jamie Williams is in response to the Senate voting to confirm the nomination of Sally Jewell to serve as the new Secretary of Interior.
The fiscal year 2014 budget released by President Obama shows a clear understanding of the economic benefits of conservation, according to The Wilderness Society.
ANCHORAGE, ALASKA (April 10, 2013) – Months after Shell’s series of humiliating technical missteps brought increased scrutiny from the U.S.
The following statement is from The Wilderness Society president Jamie Williams on President Obama designating five new national monuments:
Today, the Senate passed its budget blueprint for 2014, laying down a strong marker for wildland protection and responsible renewable energy development for the coming year, according to The Wilderness Society.