The Green Clash Between Renewables and Conservation
Scholars argue that federal agencies can conserve land and still increase renewable energy output.
Changing Federal Land Policy Can Encourage Carbon Capture Projects
Scholar argues for land management policy changes to encourage carbon capture projects on federal land.
The Perils of Use-It-or-Lose-It Public Lands Policy
Scholars criticize public lands policy that requires use and development at the expense of conservation.
A New Reporting Structure for Bureau of Land Management Rangers
A Bureau of Land Management policy may weaken enforcement of federal laws and regulations on public lands.
What Comes Next for ANWR?
Regulatory reversals raise questions about future oil development in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.
Reasserting Tribal Forest Management Under Good Neighbor Authority
Advocates should promote tribal sovereignty and protect lands through joint forest management agreements.
A Power of Monumental Proportions
Presidents can create national monuments, but a debate rages over whether they can modify them.
Federal Agencies’ Westward Expansion
The Bureau of Land Management’s relocation sets the stage for other federal agencies to leave Washington.
Problems in Federal Wild Horse Management
Wild horse and burro population growth may soon overwhelm the federal government.
Laying Down the Law on Rule Delays
Recent judicial decisions help clarify the legality of rule freezes after a change in administration.
Concerns for the Future of Conservation at the National Parks’ Centennial
Interior Secretary Sally Jewell celebrated the occasion with a call to action to change the nation’s conservation approach.
Legal Adaptive Capacity and How Agencies Respond to Change
The adaptability of the goals pursued in an agency’s organic statute influences the agency’s response to climate change.