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Earlier this week the Trump administration released its detailed budget for the federal government.
The American people scored a big victory as the Senate defeated an attempt to roll back the Bureau of Land Management’s Methane Waste Rule on May 10th.
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.
The Government Accountability Office (GAO) – a non-partisan agency responsible for oversight of government agencies for Congress – just released a
These guidelines, known collectively as the Wasted Gas Rule, are an important part of a suite of policies enacted over the past few years to update how energy is extracted on public lands.
The bill directs the federal government to publish a database detailing the volumes of resources and greenhouse gas emissions of oil, gas, and coal development from our shared lands. Further
A recent ruling by U.S.
Specifically, the report from the Seattle-based Stockholm Environment Institute outlines a path for reducing U.S.
The agency decides how an array of uses and resources--ranging from grazing to energy development, wildlife habitat to wilderness, hunting to off-roading--occur on these lands.
This bill is similar to one introduced by Senator Jeff Merkley of Oregon in late 2015.