Court Ruling Retains e-Bike Rules In National Parks, But Calls For Study Of Impacts

by National Parks Traveler | May 26, 2022
While the National Park Service failed three years ago to carefully study the potential impact of e-Bike use in the National Park System, a federal judge did not block their use but simply directed the agency to take “a hard look” at positive and negative impacts. U.S. District ...

National Park E-Bike Rule Lacks Required Eco-Review

by | May 25, 2022
Court Directs Park Service to Consider Cumulative and Foreseeable Impacts ...

National Park Service Ordered to Take New Look at E-Bike Rule

The National Park Service’s rule that opened the parks system to e-bikes needs further environmental review, but tossing the rule isn’t warranted, a Washington, D.C., federal judge decided in a partial win for conservation groups. Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility and ...

Media Advisory | Biosafety Whistleblower Hearing Media Sign-Up

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MSPB hearing for USGS microbiologist and whistleblower Eveline (Evi) Emmenegger to be held June 14. Media registration available now ...

National Park Service Punts on Plastic-Free Policies

by | May 24, 2022
NPS Balks on Plastic Bottle Sales Ban or Restoring Superintendent Discretion ...