Our wilderness is under an unprecedented attack from Trump and anti-conservationists in Congress. Help us fight back.
The Wilderness Society has discussed this issue many times over the years, including just two weeks ago.
The Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee held a hearing on Thursday, July 18th to discuss financing clean energy like wind and solar.
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.
A final plan for the SunZia transmission project raises serious concerns about impacts to Arizona’s sensitive San Pedro Valley.
First proposed in this year’s State of the Union, it would allocate $2 billion over 10 years for research and development o
March 11, 2013, marks a major milestone on the path toward creating a sound program for renewable energy on our public lands.
Climate change is the most important long term problem facing this country and the world. Without presidential leadership, there is no chance for meaningful action on such a pressing issue.
This includes supporting efforts to responsibly site projects, ensuring a fair return for the use of our public lands and increasing the certainty of the legal instruments used to manage development.
When he was ready to roll out his plan, Vice President Cheney famously said, “Conservation may be a sign of personal virtue, but it is not a sufficient … energy policy.” His &ldq