When it comes to making paper products, home products and construction materials, alternatives to using centuries-old trees exist

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Drilling and development on decades-old lease could be greenlit by the Bureau of Land Management

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The acclaimed cultural site is critical for biodiversity and worthy of lasting safeguards

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Our feathered friends need a wild, ecologically healthy Tongass

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Protections for this area have already passed the House of Representatives. The Senate now has an opportunity to act

USDA Forest Service (Photo credit: Andrew Mitchell)

In adopting a new trend, Charmin has found a new way to undermine our efforts to combat climate change

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Ellen "Len" Montgomery

Public Lands Director, Environment America

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