Report The growing influence of the oil and gas industry on the NRA, Safari Club International, and Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation is reshaping the politics, policies, and priorities of American land and wildlife conservation.
Decision makers can find common-sense solutions to the important health and safety concerns of King Cove, Alaska, while avoiding more wasted taxpayer spending on a “Road to Nowhere.”
The president should use his executive authority to protect our public lands for future generations, create jobs, and honor our natural and cultural heritage.
Issue Brief Five years after the Bush administration’s oil and gas debacle near Utah’s national parks, a smarter approach to land management is within reach.
Public lands can help solve the climate crisis rather than worsen it.
Report Rather than creating new revenue-sharing entitlements, Congress should take a comprehensive, fiscally sound approach to addressing the natural resource revenue challenges facing the nation.
Despite House Republican claims that funding national parks is noncontroversial, public lands have been plagued by drastic budget cuts, seasonal closures, proposed land sell-offs, and a freeze on new parks since the Tea Party takeover of the House.
The new House bill is an unprecedented assault on your health and public lands.
Matt Lee-Ashley is a Senior Fellow at American Progress, focusing on energy, environment, and public lands. Prior to joining American Progress, Lee-Ashley served as deputy chief of staff at the Department of the Interior, overseeing policy, external, communications, and legislative matters on behalf of Secretary Ken Salazar. In 2010 Lee-Ashley was named the Interior Department’s […]