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Media resources for Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

Mason Cummings

B-roll footage

Please credit Maurice Witschard, Courtesy of The Wilderness Society for any and all use of these video files.

Congress wants to expand on Trump’s incredibly unpopular monument cuts

A bill introduced by Utah Rep. Chris Stewart that would effectively codify Trump’s cuts to Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument received a subcommittee hearing Dec. 12. Similar legislation affecting Bears Ears has also been introduced.

New catalyst meets challenge of cleaning exhaust from modern engines

Innovation also uses less platinum, expensive component of catalytic converters

News Release

December 14, 2017

What happens next? 5 real threats to Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante due to Trump’s decision

While we fight to defeat President Trump’s attacks on Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante national monuments, these are some of the real, on-the-ground threats we must keep at bay.

For the first time, Congress will likely vote to gut a national wildlife refuge

Bill introduced by Massachusetts congressman fits into the larger, burgeoning threat of public land takeovers or sell-offs, which has swept through state legislatures and recently established a toehold in Washington, DC.

House Committee approves dangerous bill that undermines the Wilderness Act

Anastasia Greene

The Wilderness Society will work to prevent H.R. 1349, the “Wheels Over Wilderness” bill, from becoming law.

Trump admin reducing free-entry days for national parks

The National Park Service will offer four entrance fee-free days in 2018, down from 10 this year, part of the Trump administration’s pattern of reducing public lands access under the pretense of balancing the budget.

Conference committee must remove Arctic Refuge drilling from tax bill

Tim Woody

In Step on Climate

Rep. Keating’s bill to give away national wildlife refuge land would set a dangerous precedent

Michael Reinemer

Conservation groups from Massachusetts and across