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Revealed: the full extent of Trump’s ‘meat cleaver’ assault on US wilderness

“The lobbyist-filled Trump administration didn’t just carve and cut corners for these oil-funded front groups,” says Jayson O’Neill, of the Western Values Project, a conservation group, “it gleefully took a meat cleaver to our national monuments and land protections.” Revealed: the full extent of Trump’s ‘meat cleaver’ assault on US wilderness FULL ACCESS TO INTERACTIVE

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‘Incredibly Reckless’: Trump Moves to Expand Fossil Fuel Drilling in Alaska’s Western Arctic Region

“The rivers, wildlife, and landscapes, including the Teshekpuk Lake Special Area and the Colville/Kuukpik River, are invaluable to Alaskans and to people around the world, and this plan weakens or completely removes protections informed by years of study and understanding of the complex Arctic ecosystem. The agency has repeatedly downplayed the role of fossil fuel

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Judges Weigh Trump’s Bid to Reopen Parts of Arctic to Drilling

Trump administration: no amount of destruction too much for a buck. “The Trump administration reversed the move, and the League of Conservation Voters and other groups sued, marking the league’s first-ever lawsuit against any administration. U.S. District Judge Sharon L. Gleason agreed with the groups’ argument that presidents can withdraw areas from development, but only Congress can

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Judges Weigh Trump’s Bid to Reopen Parts of Arctic to Drilling

Trump administration: no amount of destruction too much for a buck. “The Trump administration reversed the move, and the League of Conservation Voters and other groups sued, marking the league’s first-ever lawsuit against any administration. U.S. District Judge Sharon L. Gleason agreed with the groups’ argument that presidents can withdraw areas from development, but only Congress can

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The Energy 202: Utah’s Slickrock Trail is ‘the most famous bike trail in the world.’ The Trump administration may lease it for oil. – The Washington Post

“Moab is a hub not just for mountain bikers also for visitors to Arches National Park, which attracted more than 1.6 million parkgoers in 2018. The bright light from any nearby flaring off excess gas may spoil the star-speckled sky over the nearby park, which draws astronomy buffs for its awe-inspiring views of the Milky

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