The environmental non-profit estimates that recent federal oil and gas leases will produce more greenhouse gas emissions than the European Union emits in a year.
Critics of the move say it's a way to weaken the agency and eliminate senior officials and scientists who don't want to relocate.
The Department of Homeland Security is bypassing dozens of laws to speed up the construction of several miles of fencing in Texas.
A dispatch from the ongoing war on America’s public lands.
The National Parks Conservation Association's new report recommends mitigating pollution and transitioning to clean energy, with an emphasis on fair solutions.
Warren's plan includes ending fossil fuel drilling on public lands, eliminating entrance fees for national parks, and mandating spending for the Land and Water Conservation Fund.
Rather than list the bird as an endangered species, the Obama administration struck a compromise deal with energy companies—and now Trump is undoing it.
State and federal agencies are warring over who has control of wildlife on public lands, while landscapes get trampled and invasive species obliterate endangered ones.
A Senate subcommittee is looking into the legality of the decision to tap into the recreation fees for operational costs.
Rose Torphy is the oldest-ever junior park ranger at the Grand Canyon, and a vocal advocate for the park's beauty.
The San Juan County commission voted two-to-one in favor of a resolution that rescinds the county's previous opposition to the monument and condemns its reduction by Donald Trump.
The booming succulent market is creating wide-scale theft of cacti from national parks. Can microchip tracking solve the problem?
David Bernhardt, a former oil and gas lobbyist, is a behind-the-scenes operator who has positioned himself as an ardent opponent of conservation advocates.
According to an internal email, the National Park Service will be given congressional funding to retroactively pay for operational costs expended during the partial government shutdown.
The bill would restore the areas excised from the monument by Trump, and add additional acreage.
During his tenure, the administration has blocked research, prioritized corporations over citizens, and put endangered species at even greater risk.
National parks that remain open during the shutdown have seen a number of issues as a result of understaffing, including litter and vandalism.
David Bernhardt, who will step in to fill the role, is a lawyer and lobbyist with strong fossil fuel and water industry ties.
The documents went back up two days after a newspaper reported their removal, and just 12 days before the close of the plan's public comment period.
One webpage, now removed, touted the current policies' successes—and praised the bird's mating dances.