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Arctic Refuge in grave jeopardy with House and Senate sneak attacks

Michael Reinemer

The U.S. House approved a budget resolution today that paves the way for drilling for oil in Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. The Senate Budget Committee is expected to pass their resolution with a similar provision later today.

Emmer mining bill pushes sell-out agenda that favors pollution, foreign mining and private profiteering over conservation and recreation on our public lands

Michael Reinemer

In its recent report “Too Wild to Drill,” The Wilderness Society listed the Boundary Waters as one of the 15 wild areas in the U.S.

Rolling back the methane waste rule — at taxpayers’ expense — makes no sense

Michael Reinemer

The proposal to suspend the methane rule will appear in tomorrow’s Federal Register and will kick off a 30-day public comment period.

Reckless forest legislation takes the public out of public lands, endangering wildlife, clean water

Michael Reinemer

Statement from Mike Anderson, senior policy analyst with The Wilderness Society:

Straight talk about wildfire and logging: memo for reporters and editorial writers

Michael Reinemer

TO:  Editorial writers, reporters and columnists

Puerto Rico a tragic reminder of why climate action cannot wait

By not addressing climate change, the Trump administration is treating hurricane recovery like a doctor who treats the symptoms of a patient – while ignoring a dangerous, underlying disease.

     

Champions of Surf and Sand

oceandtThe Surfrider Foundation is a community of everyday people who passionately protect our playground – the ocean, waves, and beaches that provide us so much enjoyment.

Our ocean faces growing challenges from pollution, offshore development and climate change. At the same time, expanding industries, such as offshore oil drilling, threaten to crowd our ocean and degrade its health, and those who call it home.

Every day poses new threats to our oceans and beaches. Our ocean and special places must be proactively protected before they are threatened and stem the tide before further damage is done to the ocean’s health.

This is precisely why Surfrider has built a network of passion-driven people who are on the ground and are the voice for our ocean and beaches. With one foot in the sand and the other in the water, Surfrider is the only non-profit organization who is 100% focused on our coasts.

Visit Surfrider.org to find out more.

Public Lands Day sees #OurWild at a dangerous crossroads

In 2017, National Public Lands Day (Sept. 30) comes as many bedrock notions about public lands have been shaken to the core–or even forgotten entirely by some of the country’s leaders.

This trade dispute could upend America’s booming solar industry. Here’s what it means for you.

Thinking of getting solar panels for your roof? New tariffs, if imposed, could put a quick end to your project – and worry anyone concerned with climate change.

     

Court rejects Nevada county’s meritless road claim after nearly two decades of litigation

Jennifer Dickson

Earlier this week a federal district court issued a final decision in a nearly two-decades-old legal case over a right-of-way claim by Elko County, Nevada to a road that traverses a sensitive river canyon near the bo

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