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Energy & Environment
There is a movement afoot in Congress to limit presidential authority to use the Antiquities Act to designate national monuments.
Over the last decade the trawl vessels have discarded and destroyed over 62 million pounds of halibut, the equivalent to 251 million meals.
If fossil fuels could be produced from U.S. Arctic waters, that future production would continue to be environmentally regulated.
For many decades in the Southwest, the Udall name has become synonymous with conservation.
The administration's new ozone rule would be “the most expensive of all time.”
We must conserve this key landscape of the American West that is so critical to our nation’s outdoor heritage, food security and economic health.
Perhaps it is time for Congress to demand EPA look at the impacts of its regulations on real people, in real communities.
We know how this story ends; let’s not let it begin.
Independent oil and natural gas companies are working closely with states, local communities and stakeholders, and conservation groups in the development and implementation of state-based plans to conserve the greater sage-grouse.