Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke didn't see the Bureau of Land Management's draft plan beforehand; he only learned the details when he read about them in the news.
Documents accidentally shared by the Department of the Interior reveal the prioritization of energy, ranching, and logging in the monuments review.
The results of Idaho's gubernatorial primaries suggest a positive shift for conservation.
Through a series of essays, Miller reminds us what it's like to feel a sense of awe when confronted with nature's beauty.
Public records show that a senior DOI adviser has met with mining and fossil-fuel representatives far more than she has with environmentalists.
On the latest episode of Pacific Standard's podcast about how our stories are made, contributing writer Jimmy Tobias discusses his reporting on extinction, extraction, and environmental justice.
Trump's decision to roll back Utah's national monument protections is as much a threat to tribal sovereignty as it is to the environment.
Representative Marcy Kaptur, the dean of Ohio's congressional delegation, has a plan to fix the public lands.
Nineteen Republicans voted the Secure American Energy Act out of committee this month. They've collectively received millions from oil and gas interests.
The Federal Land Freedom Act has nothing to do with freedom, and everything to do with avarice.
With Outdoor Retailer's departure, Utah pays dearly for its attack on public lands.
With more than $1.6 million from groups backed by shadowy billionaires, the Sutherland Institute, based in Utah, has set its sights on the Bears Ears National Monument.