The SECURE ACT, AKA the “Drill Everywhere” bill, would open our public lands to even more development by the fossil fuel industry—development that would be exempt from environmental impact analysis and even input from the public.
To celebrate the two-year anniversary of the sage grouse conservation plans – the largest landscape-level conservation effort ever undertaken that involved years of collaboration and hard work by 11 western states and their governors, multiple federal agencies and stakeholders throughout t
With the fight over repealing individual environmental and public health regulations dying down, the Senate has moved on to a much larger and dangerous goal: making it more difficult to implement protections in the future.
On Thursday, March 23, it asked a court to stop a rule designed to ensure taxpayers get a fair return from oil, gas and coal sold from mines and wells on public lands by asking for a “stay.” The “Valuation Rule” was designed to prevent coal companies from pocketing
Experts and politicians on both sides of the aisle acknowledge the need to improve infrastructure in the U.S., and numerous pieces of legislation have been introduced in recent years to advance energy infrastructure in particular.