The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps), reversed an Obama-era finding, and concluded that the project “would not be expected to have a measurable effect on fish numbers” in the Bristol Bay watershed.
The U.S. is ready to adopt consistent and more sensible standards on the incidental loss of migratory birds. Read CFACT's official submission in support of this reform.
A group of hustlers in Texas is eager to add to their misery by having taxpayers nationwide bail out a high-speed rail project in the Lone Star State that has already gone off the tracks.
Some 1,700 grizzlies roam the Lower 48, while another 32,000 make their home in Alaska, where they are not protected. Another 21,000 reside in Canada.
The Icebreaker Wind project is situated on a north-south flyway for millions of birds that migrate over Lake Erie every spring and fall.
The 7-2 ruling, handed down June 15, removes the biggest legal obstacle to the 600-mile pipeline, which would carry up to 1.5 billion cubic feet of natural gas from the Marcellus Shale basin in West Virginia to customers in Virginia and North Carolina.
In a display of bipartisanship that is as rare as it is frightening, Democrats and Republicans on Capitol Hill are joining forces to impose their own brand of socialism on rural America.
In a proclamation issued June 5, President Trump lifted a fishing ban on 4,000 miles of the Northeast Canyons and Seamounts National Monument, located about 130 miles off the New England coast.
Human’s may have a hand in the Colorado’s troubles, but not in the way the two USGA scientists claim. And the main problem isn’t “evaporation” but rather “evapotranspiration.
It didn’t take long for the Climate Industrial Complex to come up with a slapdash study linking COVID-19 to fossil-fuel-induced climate change.
The cabal coveting their land took a piece-meal approach, using lawsuits and harassment to gobble up chunks of their dream.
Cooperation Instead of Coercion
Not good news when the eco-nihilists hamstring the economy
The rules will require U.S. cars to improve fuel efficiency by 1.5% per year for the model years 2021 through 2026, compared to a nearly 5% annual increase mandated by the Obama administration in 2012.
The 10th Circuit Court of Appeals March 17 ruled that the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service’s (FWS) 2014 designation of 764,207 acres (about 115 square miles) of land in Arizona and New Mexico as “critical habitat” for the jaguar was “arbitrary and capricious” and declared FWS’s action illegal.