Theo Spencer, Senior Advocate, Climate Center, New York
The Interior Department earlier this week released a long-awaited study on future water supplies from the Colorado River Basin. The news was not good.
The Colorado River Basin Wate… Continue reading →
Kit Kennedy, Counsel, Air and Energy Program, New York
Today the Obama administration moved forward with plans to develop the enormous offshore wind energy resources along the Mid-Atlantic coast, using a “Smart for the Start&rdquo… Continue reading →
Johanna Wald, Senior Attorney, San Francisco
Secretary of Interior Department Ken Salazar this week is expected to announce an important milestone towards adopting a program for managing solar energy development on public lands in the W… Continue reading →
For those wondering if efforts to bring a Las Vegas-style casino to the Catskills in New York is still in the cards, the answer is unfortunately “yes” – depending on what comes next.
By now, casino-watchers have learned that in Februa… Continue reading →
The President got off a good quip last night about salmon – “the Interior Department is in charge of salmon while they’re in fresh water, but the Commerce Department handles them in when they’re in saltwater. And I hear it … Continue reading →
I welcome Interior Secretary Ken Salazar’s announcement on Tuesday that he has approved the first two new solar projects on public lands in California in more than two decades. These ventures will help jumpstart America’s transition to clea… Continue reading →