Tag: wyoming

Thank You, Wyoming

Thank you, Wyoming. In your latest legal filing opposing WildEarth Guardians’ challenge to new coal mining in the Powder River Basin, the largest coal producing region in the United States, you offered some rare praise.  In a brief filed in federal court, you remarked: As sure as the […]

Biting Back on Illegal Coal Sales

Back in February, WildEarth Guardians quietly scored a major ruling that Trump’s U.S. Bureau of Land Management illegally allowed employees without authority to approve sales of publicly owned coal.  Now that ruling is under assault and Guardians is pushing back to defend it. The ruling, which was issued […]

Transparency Squad Update-May 2017

It’s no secret that WildEarth Guardians’ Climate and Energy Program is stepping up to enforce transparency under the Trump Administration. Using the Freedom of Information Act we’ve been exercising our right to know what our government is doing and why, and to share that information with the public. […]

Climate Denial Can’t Change Reality

Late last week, WildEarth Guardians took dead aim on President Trump’s blatant denial of climate science. In a brief filed in federal court in Wyoming, we targeted Trump’s withdrawal of climate protections adopted under the Obama Administration.  The brief was filed as part of an ongoing lawsuit over […]

Transparency Squad Update-April 2017

It’s no secret that WildEarth Guardians’ Climate and Energy Program is stepping up to enforce transparency under the Trump Administration. Using the Freedom of Information Act we’ve been exercising our right to know what our government is doing and why, and to share that information with the public. […]