NRDC Expert Blog
California and New Mexico filed a legal challenge this week against yet another attempt by the Trump Administration and Interior Department Secretary
You may not be aware that the US Department of Interior controls one fifth of the land in the United States—including our national parks, and 35,000 miles of coastline—and manages the drinking water of one in 10 Americans.
(This blog was largely written by my colleague Amy Mall)
We think approving the expansion of a massive new open pit strip mine in Utah, wedged between Bryce Canyon and Zion national parks, is a bad idea. You can read the details on why here.
Is approving a massive new strip mine wedged between two of America’s most visited national parks a good idea? The odds are the Trump Administration will think it is.