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Op-Ed: Soda Mountain Solar Plan An Environmental Disaster

Silicon Valley is leading the nation’s charge toward renewable energy development by making significant investments and pioneering technological advancements. This is important and commendable. However, in the effort to move toward a sustainable energy future, some companies are failing to seriously consider the size and location of their industrial scale renewable projects. Click “Read More” to read the full op-ed about the proposed Soda Mountain Solar project, published September 9, 2016 in The Mercury News.

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Proposed Big Cypress Seismic Survey: A Better NEPA Analysis Needed

Big Cypress National Preserve is renowned for its expansive wetlands. A proposed oil and gas survey using massive “vibroseis” trucks would create over 500 miles of new off-road vehicle tracks, including in some areas deemed eligible as wilderness. The Coalition is calling on NPS to prepare a better analysis of the proposal. Click “Read More” to read our full comments.

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Alaska – Hunting and Trapping in National Preserves

I am writing to you on behalf of over 1,000 members of the Coalition of National Park Service Retirees (CNPSR), who collectively represent more than 30,000 years of national park management experience. CNPSR studies, educates, speaks, and acts for the preservation of America’s National Park System. We engage primarily in issues that have system-wide implications, including proposed laws, national policies and regulations, and issues at the park level where outcomes may set precedent or long-term direction. The purpose of this letter is to comment on the National Park Service (NPS) proposal to amend its regulations for sport hunting and trapping in national preserves in Alaska.

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