Our wilderness is under an unprecedented attack from Trump and anti-conservationists in Congress. Help us fight back.
Beltway trade pub Energywire has a great article on the oil and gas industry wrestling with their image.
The biggest issue facing the environmental community on the fiscal cliff is that the spending cuts will be devastating for environmental priorities and programs. The Wilderness Society is working to avoid these cuts.
A nearly 3 year legal battle over an 11th hour Bush Administration decision to set up a vast network of power lines across the West is now over.
Whether you’re going to the beach or to the mountains (or maybe a place like the Vermillion Basin), the break at the pump couldn’t have come at a better time for many American families.
Shell Oil saw an 11% jump in profits over this time last year, raking in $7.7 billion in just three months.
Last week TWS signed onto comments with our environmental partners in support of reconsidering rules around integrating distributed generation onto the grid.
Gas prices are still going up. Across the country, there are calls for opening more of our pristine landscapes to drilling. A study by the Associated Press s