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[1THING] Blog: Archive for January, 2018

[ Oil-hungry members of Congress remove “burdens” Sec. Zinke faces when drilling our parks ]

In his first year as Interior Department Secretary, Ryan Zinke has revealed his true colors as a loyal friend to the fossil fuel industry, issuing secretarial orders to systematically strike down dozens of environmental safeguards that protect Americans and their land, air and water.

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[ Confusion reigned in semi-shut-down national parks ]

During the government shutdown, visitors to public lands encountered locked doors, deserted parks and ambiguous instructions.

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[ Alaska’s most recent sneak attack on the Roadless Rule ]

Anastasia Greene

The state of Alaska is attempting to repeal long-standing protections for old-growth forests by requesting an exemption to the 2001 Roadless Area Conservation Rule.

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[ Interior eviscerates a fragile wildlife refuge in Alaska behind closed doors during shutdown ]

Tim Woody

Out of public view during the government shutdown today, officials of the U.S.

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[ Don’t be fooled by Trump admin’s national park shutdown ploy ]

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke has instituted a vague plan to keep national parks open if there is a government shutdown, but without park rangers to supervise them. It doesn’t change the way he and the Trump administration have neglected our public lands.

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[ The real meaning of “energy dominance”: Shifting burdens from special interests to the American people ]

The directive ostensibly required federal agencies to identify regulations that place “burdens” on the American people.

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[ A prebuttal of President Trump’s “State of Delusion” address and his war on America’s public lands ]

Michael Reinemer

Actions to roll back protections for public lands and reverse progress on pollution control and climate change all point to the Trump administration’s goal:  Selling out public lands owned by all Americans in the pursuit of dirty energy so a handful of private interests can profit.&nb

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[ These 4 environmental wins just proved that fighting back works ]

If you’re dreading three more years of environmental threats, remember that we can still score victories.
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[ Trump administration will rush toward drilling and mining in embattled Utah monuments ]

Michael Reinemer

Two Federal Register notices will be published by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) on Tuesday, January 16th, showing the agency’s intent to rus

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[ Investor concern over methane risks on the rise. It should worry industry. ]

Many operators continue to ignore the financial and reputational risks methane poses, with potential implications for the entire industry.
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