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[ New White House report sheds light on need for fair share from energy ]

The report from the Council on Economic Advisers (CEA), the team of economists that advises the White House, makes the case that American taxpayers are not getting a fair sh

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[ Hidden treasures: America’s rainforests ]

If you are like most Americans, the word “rainforest” probably conjures up images of the Congo or Amazon—teeming jungles far from home.

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[ Report: Recreation on Interior land supported $45 billion in economic output, 400,000 jobs in 2015 ]

[ New forest policy will help more Americans enjoy our great outdoors ]

Michael Reinemer

“With the backdrop of President and his family visiting two iconic outdoor landmarks this weekend, we applaud new guidelines from the U.S.

[ Rep. Zinke Casts Vote for House Bill Aimed at Privatizing Control of Public Lands ]

Michael Reinemer

Representative Ryan Zinke (R-Mont.) cast a vote for H.R. 2316: Self-Sufficient Community Lands Act.

[ The latest public land takeover scheme advances in Washington DC ]

[ 5 reasons Americans must speak up to fix our broken coal program ]

In early 2016, the Obama Administration announced a moratorium on all new coal leasing on public lands, to be followed by a

[ Let’s Encourage Families to Visit Parks — and Urge Congress to Restore Budgets for Conservation ]

Michael Reinemer

Yesterday, “Every Kid in a Park” passes were handed out to students at E.L. Haynes Public Charter School in Washington, DC by Tara Morrison, Supervisor at Rock Creek Park, and Tristan Breaux, District Director for Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton.

[ Wilderness must be protected in New Mexico’s Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks region ]

The thousands of acres of dramatic wildlands near Las Cruces, New Mexico, range from juniper-dotted volcanic mountains to rugged box canyons. This landscape is home to mountain lions, mule deer, golden eagles and rare desert plants.

[ Facts vs. Myths about America’s Public Lands ]

Michael Reinemer

But by suggesting that national land be “returned” to state control, a small group of extremists in state legislatures and in Congress mangle facts and distort the truth about the public lands that belong to all Americans.  Protected federal lan

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