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 →
Frances Beinecke, President of NRDC, New York City
Interior Secretary Ken Salazar said on Tuesday that his agency is poised to approve oil and gas drilling in the Arctic waters off the coast of Alaska later this summer, and sell more Ar… Continue reading →
Briana Mordick, Oil & Gas Science Fellow, Washington, D.C.
The technology used to get oil and gas out of the ground has evolved extremely rapidly but regulation has unfortunately not kept pace. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar has rec… 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 →
Frances Beinecke, President of NRDC, New York City Today Secretary of State Hilary Clinton and Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar are in Nuuk, Greenland to attend a meeting of the Arctic Council. The council brings together the eight Arctic nations … 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 →