Public Lands

BLOG | Haaland’s Bold Move Forward at Interior

by Chandra Rosenthal | April 29, 2021
Structural changes within the Department of Interior will further Secretary Haaland’s goals of tackling the climate crisis and conservation ...

Yellowstone’s Thermal Features vs. Expanded Bandwidth

by Susan Sargent | April 21, 2021
Plan to Bury 187 Miles of Fiber Optic Cable May Damage Park “Hot” Spots ...

Federal Land Give-Away to Las Vegas Opposed   

by Kirsten Stade | April 9, 2021
Transfer Will Fuel Sprawl, Aggravating Water and Resource Woes ...

Suit to Bar E-Bikes from Park Trails Gets Greenlight  

by Kirsten Stade | March 31, 2021
Claims Challenging Legality of NPS E-Bikes Approval Will Be Heard ...

BLOG | Mining: An Eco-Price for Fighting Climate Change

by Guest Contributor | March 24, 2021
Hardrock mining for minerals like lithium is no more sustainable than fracking for natural gas. Inflicting more damage is not the answer to climate change ...

Let’s Resist the Temptation to “Improve” Wilderness

by Guest Contributor | March 19, 2021
In designated wilderness areas, management means protecting the resource and natural processes, sometimes this means less access instead of more ...