by Joanna M. Foster Oct 8, 2013
Should American citizens have the same access to public lands during the government shutdown as fossil fuel companies enjoy?
by Jessica Goad - Guest Contributor Oct 3, 2013
The fact that the government and parks are shut down hasn't stopped Congress from holding hearings to sell off public lands.
by Matt Lee-Ashley - Guest Contributor Oct 2, 2013
The government shutdown is taking a major financial toll on communities near national parks.
by Katie Valentine Oct 1, 2013
The U.S. government has shut down for the first time in 17 years. Here's what that means for climate and energy.
by Rebecca Leber Sep 9, 2013
For the first time since 1978, someone has died of a gunshot wound in Yellowstone National Park. And for the first time since 1938, the victim was a child, only three years after Congress legalized guns in national parks.
by Jessica Goad - Guest Contributor Aug 19, 2013
In a surprise move, the Bureau of Land Management announced on Friday that it would not auction off over 1,000 acres of public lands near Mesa Verde National Park to be drilled.
by Jessica Goad - Guest Contributor Aug 7, 2013
A new report offers recommendations on how to protect our treasured public lands amidst America's fossil fuel boom.
by Jessica Goad - Guest Contributor Aug 5, 2013
As Secretary Jewell heads to North Dakota's oil fields, here are four things you should know about the state's fossil fuel boom.
by Joanna M. Foster Aug 1, 2013
UK-based Soco International PLC is planning to explore for oil in the Democratic Republic of Congo's Virunga National Park, despite the fact that it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
by Jessica Goad - Guest Contributor Apr 17, 2013