In the United States, there are two sorts of binding international agreements: treaties and executive agreements.
Energy & Environment
Public lands play a central role in our country’s economic success—and not just from energy development.
The second instance of Fed-creep is the issuance of the Environmental Protection Agency's so-called "final water rule."
Unmitigated placement of natural gas pipelines through national parks is inconsistent with the conservation mandate that created both the National Park System and the agency that protects them.
Under the Enabling Acts, states expressly renounced claims to federal lands forever.
Clearly, it will be impossible to end hunger and extreme poverty without addressing climate change.
We don’t need this oil now and we won’t need it in the future.
Climate change will affect all of us.
Last year national parks received 292.8 million visits, which broke the previous record.
The Obama administration’s new Clean Power Plan will do disproportionate harm to communities of color.