Here are five ways that federal agencies and their partners can use the tools Congress has already given them to speed infrastructure permitting.
The announced move of two agencies out of Washington and under new USDA management places research integrity and public data at risk.
Florida state leaders have an opportunity to support investments in innovative and future-ready transportation, energy systems, and flood protections so that communities can better withstand sea level rise and extreme weather threats.
The oil and gas industry is using America’s public lands to pad their own bottom line at the expense of U.S. taxpayers.
The oil and gas industry is using undeveloped federal leases of U.S. public lands to inflate corporate valuations while shortchanging U.S. taxpayers.
A culture of corruption in President Donald Trump’s Interior Department may be resulting in lucrative rewards for the political patrons and past clients of Secretary Ryan Zinke, Deputy Secretary David Bernhardt, and other senior Trump administration officials.
To advance the climate effort internationally, U.S. states and cities can champion the largely overlooked role of ocean ecosystems.
The Trump administration seeks to reward political favorites at coal companies by falsely claiming a national security threat to the electric grid, opening the door to more egregious abuses of power.
NEPA provides the public with information about the potential impacts of infrastructure projects and helps coordinate federal agency review and enforcement of numerous environmental, civil rights, and historic preservation statutes.
The Arctic Slope Regional Corporation spent more than half a million dollars in 2017 to convince Congress to allow oil drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.
Agricultural pollution is wreaking havoc on Florida’s health, coastal economy, and marine environments.
States should take steps to raise the $2.3 billion needed to build enough public electric vehicle chargers to support the United States’ carbon reduction goals.
CAP sent a delegation of staff to Puerto Rico; here’s what we learned.
Interior Secretary Zinke is risking the success of the 11-state plan to conserve the greater sage-grouse and its habitat and is weakening a bedrock environmental law.
H.R. 200 would erode the policies that have restored dozens of U.S. fisheries and made them the best-managed in the world.