WildEarth Guardians is joining Peoples Climate Movement, 350.org, Sierra Club, SEIU, CEJA, and dozens more in a collective call to Rise for Climate, Jobs, and Justice at marches and events across the country and around the world on September 8th. Now more than ever, Americans are rising up […]
WildEarth Guardians pushes back against a proposal to expand two federal coal leases in a national forest in Utah.
Yesterday, Guardians and our allies scored another victory in the fight to keep our federal oil and gas in the ground. The Bureau of Land Management announced that it was postponing plans to auction off 18,000+ acres federal public lands for oil and gas drilling and fracking less […]
Last March, the U.S. Bureau of Land Management decided to hold off on auctioning public lands for fracking in the Greater Yellowstone region. Unfortunately, while 17,000 acres were spared, the agency still auctioned off tens of thousands of acres in the region. And now, thousands more stand to […]
Originally posted on ClimateWest:
As we recently wrote, Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association is more than 70% reliant on fossil fuels and worse, is passing on the costs of expensive coal and natural gas to its 43 member electric cooperatives in Colorado, Nebraska, New Mexico, and Wyoming. If…
Last week, the U.S. Office of Surface Mining held a series of public meetings feigning efforts to give the public an opportunity to voice their concerns over a plan to keep the San Juan Mine open until 2033, even though it’s only customer, the San Juan Generating Station […]
This week, Guardians took aim at the U.S. Bureau of Land Management’s rubberstamping of two fracking wells in the Tongue River Valley of southeastern Montana. On Monday, Guardians filed a Statement of Reasons with the Interior Board of Land Appeals arguing that the Bureau of Land Management failed to study the […]