Interior Secretary Ken Salazar is not to blame for the oil and gas industry’s economic problems
by Thomas Power,
Jan 28, 2010
The retired Park Service superintendent stands by her controversial decision not to allow a major bike race in the monument, and continues to be passionate about preserving landscapes.
by Emilene Ostline,
Jan 08, 2012
Jonathan Thompson and Cally Carswell talk sage grouse and states' rights.
by Cally Carswell,
Mar 23, 2010
The chief of Recreation Equipment Inc. has worked hard to support conservation and get people of all ages and colors outside. Can she do the same at the Department of Interior?
by Greg Hanscom,
Mar 04, 2013
Northeastern Utah, southern Wyoming and western Colorado
are humming with new talk of oil shale, but industry insiders say
that the technology has years to go before oil shale development is
financially and environmentally viable
by Jennie Lay,
Dec 12, 2005
Obama isn't the fierce environmental leader many hoped for, but some good things are happening despite right-wing opposition and the ongoing recession.
by Paul Larmer,
Dec 11, 2011
The Obama administration's electrical transmission permitting agencies are cooperating to speed grid updates and fast track clean energy projects, as demand for power grows.
by Sarah Gilman,
Nov 15, 2011
Amazing, isn't it, how really wacky arguments against a thing can turn you into an unwilling supporter of it – in this case, artist Christo’s project to drape Colorado's Arkansas River.
by Ed Quillen,
Nov 24, 2011
Recent scandals at the Interior Department – this time involving environmentalists – pale in magnitude (and luridness) compared to the agency's dalliances with industry.
by Jonathan Thompson,
Nov 09, 2009
Ken Salazar, the new secretary of the Interior, supports renewable energy and is willing to stand up to the powerful oil and gas industry.
by Michele Haefele,
Apr 17, 2009