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A global game changer for energy efficiency investments

A new underwriting and risk assessment standard could help scale up this $1 trillion global market.


Interior: Administration wants aggressive timeline for Arctic Refuge drilling

Tim Woody

During a trip to Alaska that included a visit to the North Slope, Deputy Secretary of the Interior David Bernhardt and Assistant Secretary for Lands and Minerals Joe Balash spoke this morning at a breakfast meeting in Anchorage and expressed the Trump administration’s desire to pursue an a

These senior EPA officials can now moonlight for secret private-sector clients

New questions arise inside Pruitt’s EPA after officials obtain ethics waivers to solicit outside work.


A far better infrastructure plan

Michael Reinemer

The Wilderness Society issued the following statement about the plan.

Lydia Weiss, Director of Government Relations at The Wilderness Society, said:

Trump’s own budget office admits Obama-era regulations brought billions in benefits

Benefits topping $800 billion is nothing to scoff at, but the Trump White House is doing its best to bury this remarkable report.


Sullivan: Trump administration fast-tracking Arctic Refuge lease sale

Tim Woody

Interior emails reveal monument reduction was for oil, gas and mining

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Highlights of Zinke’s low points in year one as In(f)erior Secretary

Michael Reinemer

Most Americans see right through Zinke’s fake-cowboy, fake-conservationist act.  Instead of protecting America’s land and waters, Zinke and Trump are selling out the nation’s public lands to polluters and the fossil fuel interests. 

The energy reality behind Cape Town’s water crisis – and why the U.S. should care

Cape Town’s Day Zero has been making headlines worldwide, but nobody’s talking about the energy-water nexus or its role in the drought.


Mile By Mile: Ten Years of Legacy Roads and Trails Success

Mar 1, 2018