Many politicians seem to have lost touch with the essence of the American outdoors and its importance to their constituents.
Energy & Environment
First, there has been no global warming for at least the past two decades, which means such warming could not have caused any weather events.
Perhaps if those opposed to protecting our public lands actually visited the San Gabriel Mountains, they too would understand why it’s necessary.
Oil and gas companies currently pay very little for the right to drill on federal lands.
Theologians and philosophers have a unique message to bring to the climate change debate.
The IPCC views managed forests as a powerful tool in absorbing increasing concentrations of atmospheric carbon dioxide.
Africa’s forest elephants are being wiped out, and the continued viability of the continent-wide population is now in doubt.
Chances are an extreme weather event has impacted your life in the past three years.
Energy companies—they are huge investors in the U.S. economy.
The centerpiece of the energy reform is a restructuring of the state-owned energy company, PEMEX.