Earlier this year the Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE) approved a proposal by Shell Oil Company to start drilling operations off the northern coast of Alaska. The company has long had its eye on the remote area, known as the Chukchi and Beaufort Seas, and has now attained the
London will soon host the 2012 Summer Olympic Games, which organizers are already touting as the "the most sustainable Games ever." However, despite the promises for a carbon-neutral, low impact event that won London this year's Olympic bid, the competitor medals are sourced from a mining company
Tell President Obama to save Teddy Roosevelt’s Ranch – the birthplace of the American conservation movement – by declaring it a national monument under the Antiquities Act of 1906.
The Congressionally-chartered Theodore Roosevelt Association (TRA) recently launched a national campaign to protect Theodore Roosevelt’s sprawling 4,400 acre Elkhorn Ranch site in North Dakota’s Badlands against greedy developers hoping to capitalize on the state’s recent oil boom. Often referred to
In a study led by the French National Institute of Agricultural Research, researchers glued special radio frequency tags to bees and then fed them low doses of neonicotinoid, a popular pesticide that is supposed to kill crop pests without harming the bees that pollinate them. The research team