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.
Congress’ first attempt at the next Farm Bill guts support on which farmers and land managers rely to be good stewards of the nation's natural resources, while cutting important conservation programs and weakening environmental laws.
This report provides a path forward for federal, state, and city governments to safeguard the ecological and economic health of the American West by protecting and restoring its waterways.
To benefit oil drillers, the Department of the Interior is ignoring its legal mandate for sound fiscal and environmental stewardship of the public trust.
The Trump administration's ideas for America's national parks are fiscally dishonest and wholly insufficient.
In just one year, these five lobbyists and industry representatives successfully swung Interior Secretary Zinke to the far right.
This week, Michele and Igor speak with two tribal leaders about the Trump administration's decision to reopen two national monuments for drilling and mining.
The federal government will soon sell off many prized public lands for drilling through a private, online auction system.
One-third of polar bear denning habitat in the United States is located in the area that the tax bill would convert to an industrial oil field.
This week, Michele and Igor sit down with CAP Senior Fellow Matt Lee-Ashley and Patagonia's director of philosophy, Vincent Stanley, to discuss President Trump's recent cuts to Utah monuments.
President Trump has announced the largest elimination of protected areas in American history.
Under the House and Senate tax bills, Western states would lose hundreds of millions of dollars in mineral leasing payments that fund roads, schools, and public safety.
Anti-parks leaders in Congress have been emboldened by an administration that is willing to cater to their far-right agenda.
Congress can use the farm bill to sustain the nation’s forests and create thousands of jobs by encouraging smart investments in the full range of natural resources and services that forests provide.
Allowing oil drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge would offset less than one hundredth of 1 percent of the cost of the tax cuts that President Trump wants to give millionaires and corporations.