Breaking: The Trump administration wants to revoke protection for large swaths of Bears Ears. This unprecedented move would establish a dangerous new precedent that could put tens of millions of acres of public land, YOUR land, at risk.
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Americans still favor energy conservation over oil, gas and coal production, says a
There’s a mad scramble going on out west to find ways to protect the iconic greater sage grouse from extinction.
Editor's note: Nicole Whittington-Evans is The Wilderness Society's Alaska Director. In this blog she reflects on the Exxon Valdez oil spill in Prince William Sound and the lessons to be learned for Alaska's Arctic waters today.
Lois Epstein, P.E., is an engineer and the Arctic Program Director for The Wilderness Society.
We know that Arches National Park and the red rock canyons, buttes and mesas that make up Utah’s San Rafael Swell are Too Wild To Drill—but not that long ago nearby wildlands
After a series of errors during the 2012 Arctic drilling season, Shell may scrap its multimillion-dollar Kulluk drill rig – which was damaged when it ran aground on New Year’s Eve –
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.
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