Bureau of Land Management awards oil executives over 6.4 million acres of Utah’s National Parks representing Utah’s 1% return of our nation’s oil reserves.–Why you should take action and write the Bureau of Land Management.
The Office of Surface Mining has proposed changes to its stream buffer zone rule, adopted in 1983, that would make it easier for mining companies to bury natural streams and valleys under piles of coal mining waste and vast ponds of toxin-laden sludge. The current law isn’t enforced, fight for better enforcement of existing law. —
Tell the Bush administration not to let coal mining companies destroy valleys and streams
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