H.R. 2728 would only allow states to determine the rules of the game when it comes to monitoring and regulating fracking on public lands.
Lucky for Green Mountain Lookout supporters, the Green Mountain Lookout Heritage Protection Act is on the list.
The hearing is the first step the Alpine Lakes bill must take in order to be heard and voted on by the entire House of Representatives.
The Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee held a hearing on Thursday, July 18th to discuss financing clean energy like wind and solar.
Whether it’s trying a new facilitation technique or developing a public involvement plan, I always welcome the challenge and look forward to the result.
These regions stand to be greatly impacted by the proposed SunZia transmission project and have been the focus of concern for us since the
This bill would set a budget, with limits for individual programs, for how the Department of Energy spends its money starting October 1, 2013. This normally routine business is something that both the House and the Senate do every year.
Balancing the need to produce clean domestic energy and protecting lands that are home to critical water sources, wildlands, wildlife and many other values requires a thoughtful approach.
It was at the Three Forks Natural Area in Snoqualmie, WA where Sen. Patty Murray and Rep.