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11/12/2013
Freshly minted White House counselor John Podesta will recuse himself from working on the approval process for the Keystone XL pipeline, an administration official told The New Yorker on Tuesday.“In discussions [with White House chief of ...   
16/9/2013
Ecuador’s President Rafael Correa recently announced to the world that he was ending the 6-year initiative aimed at avoiding oil drilling in a critical piece of the Amazon, the ITT Block of Yasuní National Park. In the speech, and the ...   
3/5/2013
Recently, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) announced they would temporarily suspend 25 oil and gas leases in the Thompson Divide, a wild swath of backcountry covering 221,500 acres of public land in western Colorado. Because the lease holders ...   
2/1/2013
Conservation groups are gearing up to protect a forested roadless area and lynx habitat threatened with destruction by recent federal agency approvals of a coal mine expansion 10 miles east of Paonia, Colorado. Conservation groups are ...   
16/11/2012
Hurricane Sandy and other recent natural disasters have put climate change back into the national discussion even though it was ignored throughout most of the presidential campaign. Bloomberg Businessweek Magazine went beyond the ...   
9/11/2012
The U.S Forest Service on Nov. 7 ruled against conservation groups’ challenge to the Forest Service’s approval of a coal mine expansion within the Sunset Roadless Area 10 miles east of Paonia, Colorado. The coal lease expansion, together with ...   
8/10/2012
The Supreme Court decision not to hear an appeal of the 10th Circuit Court decision upholding the Clinton administration’s Roadless Area Conservation Rule is a huge victory for wildlife. As a part of the team who helped establish the rule, I can ...   
24/6/2012
Fears that Colorado`s snow-starved winter would fuel one of the worst wildfire seasons in history have been realized as the High Park Fire has grown into the state`s second-biggest while home-wrecking fires popped up in Estes Park and Colorado ...   
15/6/2012
Dan Gibbs keeps dead beetles in the back of his beat-up Chevy Silverado. He has a wooden block with beetles impaled on it, each insect about the size of a grain of rice. He's got vials of embalmed beetles and their larvae. He carries around ...   
14/9/2011
Lodgepole pine trees have seen better days in the Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest.The 3.3-million-acre forest in southwest Montana has suffered one of the worst infestations of mountain pine beetle in the Northern ...   
25/8/2011
Marie Garrison says her family has done its part to support electricity development in rural Montana.Garrison, a mother of two who grazes about 350 pair of cattle on her ranch south of Butte, points to two transmission lines behind her ...   
23/7/2011
Carbon cowboys, Sydney Morning Herald
Proposals ... David Nilsson, an Australian property developer operating in Peru, holding a copy of an article written in the local newspaper about him. Amazonian tribes are facing new challenges as carbon credit dealers move into their ...   
8/6/2011
The gray wolf, which the House voted to remove from the endangered species list. Bruce Babbitt, the former Democratic Arizona governor and Secretary of the Interior, plans to rip into the Republicans in Congress in a speech on Wednesday ...   
23/5/2011
The fight resurfaces in Washington this week, as the Sealaska Native Corp. makes a case to a Senate committee that it should be able to pick as much as 85,000 acres outside of its original land grants in the forest. The company's picks ...   
13/4/2011
Congress' compromise budget to fund the government until October would temporarily halt an Interior Department effort to protect roadless areas in a shock for conservationists who'd fought to retain the three-month-old program. The ...   
10/3/2011
Rainforest, USA, Huffingtonpost
Last week, conservationists won a big victory when a federal judge overturned the Forest Service's exclusion of the Tongass National Forest in Alaska from the Roadless Rule. That means that millions of acres of old-growth trees won't be cut and ...   
27/11/2010
The sun is so strong here that people often talk about the temperature being “in the teens,” meaning 113 or above. The wind is so powerful that west of town, signs on an Interstate display the number of miles remaining in which drivers will face ...   
29/10/2010
Clarification appended.Cal Wettstein presides over a sea of dead and dying trees the size of Connecticut. Across his domain, hillsides blanketed with lodgepole pines are in the final throes -- their needles are turning red, or their ...   
22/7/2010
Tropical deforestation claimed roughly 13 million hectares of forest per year during the first half of this decade, about the same rate of loss as the 1990s. But while the overall numbers have remained relatively constant, they mask a transition ...   
3/5/2010
There is fresh debate about what to do with the millions of acres of pine trees in the West that have been destroyed by the mountain pine beetle. And it is a debate that is bleeding over into a battle about how to best protect Colorado's roadless ...   
17/2/2010
A federal judge has thrown out an industry lawsuit that could have led to more logging and road building in Alaska's Tongass National Forest, the nation's largest federal forest. The ruling by U.S. District Judge John Bates dismisses a ...   
17/1/2010
Two miles deep in their latest tunnel, coal miner Steve Baker and his cohorts barely blink at underground hazards: a cavern collapsing behind them, explosive gas around their boots, roiling clouds of black dust. But they dread the ...   
8/9/2009
The abrupt resignation Saturday of White House "green jobs" adviser Van Jones has focused new attention on one of the Obama administration's top priorities: the environment. While Jones was criticized as a left-wing zealot, the Obama ...   
24/8/2009
While the President has been bogged down for the last couple months in an increasingly histrionic health-care debate--which has devolved so far into ridiculousness that one doesn't know whether to laugh or cry--environmental decisions, mostly ...   
15/8/2009
U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack on Friday outlined a vision for managing the nation's forests that placed a high priority on restoration to protect water resources and combat climate change. "Conserving our forests is not a ...   

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