“Secretary Zinke is more concerned about the politics and optics of a shutdown than he is about doing what’s right for the American people and America’s parks.”
A conversation with Amber Reimondo and Roger Clark from the Grand Canyon Trust about the history and possible future of uranium mining and contamination near the Grand Canyon. Then CWP’s Greg Zimmerman walks us through uranium claims near Bears Ears National Monument.
Will the Interior Department be a “good neighbor” or Cliven’s doormat?
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke kept himself busy while while you were on vacation.
“Not everyone can book a helicopter or charter a boat when they want to visit our national parks.”
“A toxic history of failed uranium projects litters the southwest, especially on tribal lands.”
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke is trying as hard as he can to defend the indefensible — the largest-ever reduction of public lands protections in American history. In the days after President Trump signed a proclamation that attempted to remove more than two million acres from Bears Ears and Grand Staircase–Escalante National Monuments, Secretary Zinke has used a […]
New Mexico Sen. Martin Heinrich weighs in on President Trump’s proclamation attempting to erase more than two million acres from Bears Ears and Grand Staircase–Escalante National Monuments.
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Will the Interior Department be a “good neighbor” or Cliven’s doormat?...
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke kept himself busy while while you were on vacation....