Citing cost of litigation, builders call off project just three weeks after Supreme Court ruled in its favor.
Justices allow permit to stand in 7-2 decision.
Polar Bears International's Geoff York has been studying Arctic wildlife for more than 20 years. In that time he's had some magical moments—and a few close shaves.
In the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, improving air quality in our wild spaces could be a vision of a better future.
While Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden have spoken at length about fighting climate change, conservation groups say their plans for America’s public lands are big on promises and short on details.
On their first day in court, lawyers for environmental groups and a pipeline developer debated a central question: Is the Appalachian Trail land?
Joseph Goldstein decided that while he was fighting cancer, he’d also fight to protect his favorite wilderness. Now, Congress is introducing a bill to do just that.
Environmentalists and native groups attack move to open up former monument lands for drilling and mining.
A developer is fighting wilderness advocates over a proposal to add hotels, shopping, and new residences to an area in the Kaibab National Forest near the Grand Canyon’s southern rim. If it wins, opponents say, it will cost tribes, hikers, and the ecosystem dearly.
Rangers remind visitors to stay off thermal features.
Temporary closure and hunt aims to protect bighorn sheep.
Until January 4, the agency is taking nominations for land to add to its priority list.
Nearly a month after announcing it would allow off-road vehicles in Utah's parks, the National Park Service announced on Friday that it would maintain the rule banning the machines.
The nation's highest judiciary will decide whether a new pipeline can cross the AT as planned.
An attempt to rescue a bobcat in Colorado is the latest instance of animal lovers doing more harm than good.
Florida wildlife officials are asking for the public's help in figuring out what's disabling wild cats in the state.
The lawsuit claims that the update "undermines the fundamental purpose" of the legislation
New rules allow government to share economic impacts of listing, eliminates protections for threatened species.