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[1THING] Blog: Archive for May, 2017

[ Court decision requires BLM to protect cultural sites, wilderness from off-highway vehicles ]

Kate Mackay

An order issued today by the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit clears the way for BLM-Utah to begin implementing a comprehensive settlement agreement that will result in the completion of 13 new off-highway vehicle travel management plans over the next 8 years across eastern a

[ Trump pulls plug on U.S. climate change commitments ]

Tony Iallonardo

Today, President Trump announced he would pull out of the United States’ commitments to address global climate change. Jamie Williams, president and CEO of The Wilderness Society said: 


[ As Zinke tours Alaska, TWS report decries proposal to drill Arctic Refuge ]

Tony Iallonardo

As U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke tours Alaska, a newly released TWS report says the Administration’s proposal to drill the Arctic is a mistake.


[ 6 ways NOAA budget cuts will hurt weather reporting – and Americans ]

Trump’s proposal ignores how science protects American lives and property.


[ What happens after Bears Ears National Monument’s deadline? ]

In the coming weeks, the Trump administration will review comments, and by June 10th, Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke will make a recommendation about Bears Ears’ monument status.

[ Trump doesn’t care about climate or these 5 national parks ]

Our parks need climate action, but Trump chooses to go against global consensus and the majority of Americans in favor of controlling fossil fuel emissions.


[ Unprecedented outpouring of support for Bears Ears shown during official comment period ]

DJ Tyson

Today, a coalition of conservation groups and others announced that a historic number of comments and petitions of support have been submitted to the Department of the Interior in support of Bears Ears National Monument.  Despite the entirely inadequate 15-day period ending on May 26th prov

[ Legal memo: A president does not have the power to revoke a national monument ]

May 25, 2017

A president does not have the power to revoke a national monument

[ 8 activities you can do at national monuments ]

Stretching from Maine to New Mexico and Utah to Hawaii, America’s national monuments can be found all over the country, and offer the chance to do everything from exploring ruins and discovering dinosaurs to rock climbing and snorkeling.

[ Pruitt’s first 100 days at the EPA: His most alarming actions so far ]

In contrast to the often-dysfunctional White House, the EPA administrator has been laser focused.