Two decades after the SWOP letter, the big environmental groups report their progress on the issue of environmental justice.
by Marty Durlin,
Feb 01, 2010
As grizzly bear populations in the Rockies rebound, the great bruins face extirpation in the North Cascades. Can they hang on until the feds fund recovery?
by Nathan Rice,
Nov 23, 2011
Industrial-style, large-scale solar developments on Western public lands are simply not the right way to go.
by Janine Blaeloch,
Apr 11, 2012
Six decades after Friant Dam killed off the San Joaquin
River’s spring-run chinook, the Natural Resources Defense
Council and the Friant Water Users Authority are working with the
federal government to restore both the fish and the river
by Matt Jenkins,
Dec 11, 2006
Following a controversial study, the Environmental
Protection Agency decides to raise the drinking water standards for
perchlorate to a dosage environmentalists say is dangerously
by J.M. McCord,
Mar 21, 2005
Thanks to the incompetence of the Bush administration and the tenacity of environmental lawyers, the Roadless Rule has survived for 8 years.
by Rob Inglis,
Dec 15, 2008
Some Westerners support the return of wolves -- just not as many as environmentalists seem to want.
by Denver Bryan,
Jan 31, 2011
The House and Senate pass the Healthy Forests Restoration
Act, which environmentalists fear will do the opposite of its
by Puanani Mench,
Dec 08, 2003
When wildfire forces locals to flee their beloved Colorado homes, people begin to talk more openly than they used to about climate change.
by John Calderazzo,
Jun 27, 2012