Current work in wildlife, rivers, public lands, and climate
WildEarth Guardians Challenges BLM's oil and gas drilling plan for Otero and Sierra Counties. The group argues that the plan will harm the endangered northern aplomado falcon
New Mexico Environmental Group Seeks to Prevent Additional Cases of Water Contamination
Oil & gas leasing decisions by the BLM would further threaten the endangered aplomado falcon and other struggling wildlife, so two conservation groups are seeking protection of wildlife habitat on 87,000 acres in eastern NM, western OK, and SW Kansas
We are economists, and we are writing to express our concern about federal and state actions that harm the West's natural environment and, as a result, the economic outlook for this region's workers, families, firms, and communities.
Conservation organizations WildEarth Guardians and Western Resource Advocates filed a protest with the BLM over oil and gas development on lands that are vital habitat fo grassland species: aplomado falcon, black-footed ferret, and Pecos gambusia
Cross-country bicycle tour from Oregon to Virginia to raise awareness of and donations for Santa Fe-based WildEarth Guardians
New oil and gas wells near Bitter Lake National Wildlife Refuge could harm sensitive wildlife
We have an ecological oasis to protect here. The refuge maintains the last remaining habitat for several incredibly rare species.
The BLM sanctioned oil and gas lease development is based in generalized science, without proven and testable means to preserve hydrological resources in the Pecos Basin
This report validates the claim that there are ample available energy resources in the west without gutting the wilderness and endangered species protections presently in place