Growth & Sustainability

Get to know the Green New Deal, by the numbers
Get to know the Green New Deal, by the numbers
The plan would boost the U.S. economy and eliminate fossil fuel use in ten years.
Development plans test a decade-old conservation deal
Development plans test a decade-old conservation deal
Were concessions to protect undeveloped land in California worth it?
In need of water, an Idaho town turns to its neighbors
In need of water, an Idaho town turns to its neighbors
Does recharging an aquifer solve one of the West’s oldest water problems, or perpetuate it?
Enviros sue state land board
Environmentalists sue state land board to institute "truly competitive bidding" on leases of state-owned land.
Ranchers blamed for transfer of BLM veteran
BLM land manager Darrel Short blames ranchers for forced transfer.
No new roads
Interior Department proposes new rules for highway-building on public lands.
City Slickers should leave wilderness rough
Movie makers leave land damaged after filming City Slickers II
Utah kids benefit from state land reform
State land management reforms in Utah raise money for schools.
'Unranchers' reach for West's state lands
Conservationists discover state lands and bid against ranchers to lease them.
Millions for furniture
Federal audit shows $5.4 million intended for reforestation to have been misspent.
A spinning door
Former BLM official Joe Hall is hired as consultant by Northern Colorado Water Conservancy District.
A leaking public lands fund
Groups urge better use of Land and Water Conservation Fund.
South Pass reconsidered
Wyoming environmental group gets Bureau of Land Management to reconsider the route of a natural gas pipeline over historic South Pass.
RS 2477: A loophole for vandals
ORV users claim rights-of-way through 1866 law.
Babbitt is trying to nationalize the BLM
Interior Secretary Bruce Babbitt discusses at the first-ever BLM summit plans to revolutionize the BLM.
Wise-use ordinances suffer legal setback
Boundary County land-use plan found unconstitutional.
Baca at the barricades
Jim Baca faces removal as BLM director.
BLM union comes to Moab
BLM employees vote to unionize because of management and morale problems.
The return of Tom Horn?
The Tom Horn Society claims responsibility for the bombing of a BLM office in Reno.
J'accuse in Oregon
The Hells Canyon Preservation Council claims the Forest Service is guilty of desecrating petroglyphs by building roads to Pittsburg Landing.
Office bombed in Nevada
A bomb explodes at the Bureau of Land Management office in Reno.
Two "miners" may be seeking to shaft into U.S. Treasury
Two Oregon miners may have staked a claim to pressure the feds to buy them out.
From rocks to pot
Two Bureau of Land Management employees are arrested for growing marijuana on BLM land.
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