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[1THING] Blog: Archive for September, 2017

[ Petition to Interior Department: Public lands deserve more than just drilling ]

The Wilderness Society joined with other stakeholders on September 14 to file a petition requesting the Interior Department and Bureau of Land Management update how they manage oil and gas leasing on public lands.


[ Secretary Zinke recommends gutting natural wonders ]

Kate Mackay

Jamie Williams, president of The Wilderness Society, responded to reporting by the Wall Street Journal and

[ Q&A on Trump administration efforts to open Arctic Refuge to oil exploration ]

Tim Woody

[ Secretary Zinke order on hunting and fishing is a red herring ]

Kate Mackay

Today, U.S.

[ Late-night Interior Department order seeks to shortcut environmental reviews ]

Alex Thompson

Heading into last week’s Labor Day weekend the Interior Department quietly issued a Secretarial Order that radically alt

[ Hope: Bipartisan support for measure to keep public lands in public hands ]

An amendment that would prohibit funding for land seizures against the public interest, didn’t pass, but it did highlight a growing insurgency that rejects the Trump-era political emphasis on seizing wildlands for state, private or industrial enrichment.

[ 3 strategies for rebuilding hurricane-stricken communities ]

This is how we rebuild from catastrophic storms such as Harvey and Irma, with lower future risk for people and our economy.


[ Pruitt rules EPA under a cloak of secrecy. Here’s why you should care. ]

The EPA chief is quietly and systematically tearing down policies that protect the health and safety of all Americans.


[ State of Alaska renews effort to search for oil in the Arctic Refuge ]

Joining the Trump administration’s assault on federal lands across America, the state of Alaska is preparing to renew efforts to explore for oil on the coastal plain of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.

[ Interior Department order seeks to shortcut public process in name of energy dominance ]

In his first week at the Department of Interior (DOI) , Deputy Secretary David Bernhardt, issued an order – Secretarial Order 3355 (SO 3355) – that seeks to gut the longstanding process for engaging the public in review