The rules will shrink habitats that animals and plants rely on for survival.
A new study promised a rare positive development from global warming for Maryland’s favorite crustacean. But bad news wasn’t far behind.
The new plan to manage what’s left of the reduced monument “is like seeing your grandmother’s house has been robbed,” said one Native American tribal representative.
In an all-employee meeting Tuesday, senior Trump officials told Bureau of Land Management staffers that most of them must leave Washington by the end of next year, under the Interior Department's reorganization plan.
Taylor Energy Co. sued the US Coast Guard and Timmy Couvillion to stop an effort to contain its 14-year Gulf oil spill. Success was their revenge.
The report estimates that up to 108 barrels per day — more than 4,500 gallons — are flowing from a site where an oil company’s platform and wells were destroyed during a hurricane.
Government hunting programs cleared a path for coyotes to surge east, an example of mismanaging nature.
Up to 1,000 gallons of oil per day are being removed from the site of the Taylor Energy spill, says the owner of company that installed a containment system.
Conservationists and authors of a United Nations report on biodiversity loss say individuals have the power to create meaningful change.
The proposal would strike language that guides officials to ignore economic impacts when determining how wildlife should be protected.