by Zack Ford May 30, 2014
An openly gay park ranger explains why preserving LGBT history is important.
by Jeff Spross May 2, 2014
A new report projects the cost of fighting wildfires in 2014 will hit $1.8 billion, versus the mere $1.4 billion Congress actually allotted to the task.
by Joanna M. Foster Apr 10, 2014
With wildfire season just around the corner and much of the west and southwest still dangerously dry, the Obama Administration has released its National Cohesive Wildland Fire Management Strategy.
by Katie Valentine Mar 19, 2014
The grants will help fund 13 tribal renewable energy projects, including a billion-dollar wind farm.
by Ari Phillips Feb 28, 2014
On Thursday the Interior Department set the stage for controversial seismic tests to locate fossil fuels off the Atlantic coast. If found, the region will be subject to similar risks as 2010's Deepwater Horizon disaster.
by Joanna M. Foster Feb 25, 2014
President Obama announced plans Monday to change how the rising costs of fighting wildfires will be paid for.
by Ryan Koronowski Feb 22, 2014
In its final days, the Bush Administration scrapped longstanding rules protecting streams from coal mining spoils -- a federal court just tossed the Bush-era rules.
by Tom Kenworthy Feb 4, 2014
Since 1990, the federal government has leased 107 coal tracts on public land -- one had three bidders, ten had two bidders, and the other 96 had just one bidder.
by Jeff Spross Jan 15, 2014
There are good and bad changes for various programs, and a few minor GOP riders made it in -- but some of the worst changes were kept out.
by Jessica Goad - Guest Contributor Dec 24, 2013
Secretary Jewell rejected the multi-million dollar "road to nowhere," a decision favorable for wildlife conservation and American taxpayers.