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These rates are sorely outdated, and they don’t accurately reflect the current value of public resources. The last time the oil and gas rate was updated, a gallon of milk cost a mere 11 cents.
The report (PDF) from The Wilderness Society explains how the oil and gas industry routinely exploits leasing loopholes known as “suspensions,” to
Head south from Yellowstone’s geysers and the Tetons’ snow-capped peaks and you’ll find an entirely different—but equally spectacular—scenic experience in southwest Wyoming’s high desert.
The Colorado Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has failed to prioritize conservation with its final decisions on five land management plans that cover nearly 4 million acres of public lands in Colorado.
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.
When The Wilderness Society looked at fossil fuels from federal lands earlier this year, we revealed a blind spot in the nation’s efforts to address global
While one northwest Colorado plan does not do enough to protect wildlands, a neighboring management plan highlights how the agency can adopt new practices to protect and preserve wild areas.
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) recently unveiled its Moab Master Leasing plan, which could guide energy development away from sensitive areas that are too wild to drill, including some of Utah’s most beloved landscapes like Arches and