Natural Resource Management

Deadly California blaze spawned destructive fire tornado

Aug 3, 2018

A record-breaking fire tornado last week is responsible for much of the damage in Northern California.

3 years after Colorado mine spill, victims awaiting payment

Aug 3, 2018

Three years after the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency triggered a massive mine spill that polluted rivers in three states, the federal government still hasn't repaid the victims for millions of dollars in economic damage they claimed

Quota raised for subsistence hunting of Chukchi polar bears

Aug 3, 2018

The commission that manages the polar bear population shared by the United States and Russia has increased the quota of bears that can be harvested by subsistence hunters

Judge: US must weigh cutbacks in top coal region by late '19

Aug 2, 2018

A federal judge in Montana has given the Trump administration until late 2019 to analyze reduced mining in the nation's most productive coal fields as a way to fight climate change

Conservation groups sue Oregon to help protect tiny seabird

Aug 2, 2018

Conservation groups seeking to protect for habitat for the threatened marbled murrelet have filed a lawsuit against the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife Commission

Iceland stops hunting minke whales but only for this season

Aug 2, 2018

One of Iceland's top whaling companies says it has stopped hunting minke whales this year, in response to a new government regulation that has enlarged the protected area for baleen whales

Federal agency pauses tree-removal plan to help sage grouse

Aug 1, 2018

The federal government has put on hold one of the largest-ever projects to remove juniper trees in an effort to help an imperiled species after an appeal by an environmental group seeking to halt the plan

The Latest: Northern California fire victim identified

Aug 1, 2018

A relative has identified one of the six people killed in a fire that destroyed nearly a thousand Northern California homes

Video of abuse at pig farm also highlights common practices

Jul 31, 2018

A recently released undercover video showing pigs being kicked and hit at a supplier to meat giant JBS also highlights practices that are still common but are slowly changing in the pork industry, like keeping pregnant pigs in narrow cages

The Latest: California wildfire destroys over 650 homes

Jul 30, 2018

Authorities say a massive blaze in Northern California has destroyed more than 650 homes since it broke out July 23


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