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[ These senior EPA officials can now moonlight for secret private-sector clients ]

New questions arise inside Pruitt’s EPA after officials obtain ethics waivers to solicit outside work.


[ A far better infrastructure plan ]

Michael Reinemer

The Wilderness Society issued the following statement about the plan.

Lydia Weiss, Director of Government Relations at The Wilderness Society, said:

[ Sullivan: Trump administration fast-tracking Arctic Refuge lease sale ]

Tim Woody

[ Interior emails reveal monument reduction was for oil, gas and mining ]

Kate Mackay

[ Highlights of Zinke’s low points in year one as In(f)erior Secretary ]

Michael Reinemer

Most Americans see right through Zinke’s fake-cowboy, fake-conservationist act.  Instead of protecting America’s land and waters, Zinke and Trump are selling out the nation’s public lands to polluters and the fossil fuel interests. 

[ Mile By Mile: Ten Years of Legacy Roads and Trails Success ]

Mar 1, 2018

[ Opposition letters to Tongass Rider ]

Feb 26, 2018

Opposition letters 

[ A court victory implements methane waste prevention, but Zinke’s deregulation proposal looms ]

The agency had suspended the 2016 rule, meant to cut the waste of natural gas on public lands created by venting, flaring and accidental leaks, in January 2017 following the orders of Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke.

However, the battle over regulating methane is not over.


[ District court reverses Interior’s suspension of BLM Methane Rule ]

Alex Thompson

Late last night a U.S. District Court in California reversed the Interior Department’s suspension of the Bureau of Land Management’s Methane Waste Prevention Rule, noting that the agency failed to justify its decision to postpone core provisions of the rule.


[ New fossil discoveries show paleontology depends on protecting places like Bears Ears ]

Paleontologists say that their work studying the history of life on earth, including a recent discovery in former Bears Ears National Monument, is jeopardized by policies that strip away protections for public lands.