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Erik Molvar

Erik Molvar is the Executive Director of the Western Watersheds Project. Erik cut his teeth in conservation fighting oil and gas projects in Wyoming during the Bush administration, and his signature accomplishment is defeating the 1,240-well Seminoe Road Coalbed Methane Project during that time. He is a wildlife biologist with published research in the behavior, ecology, and population dynamics of Alaskan moose as well as large-scale conservation planning. He spent 13 years as a conservation advocate and later Executive Director of Wyoming-based Biodiversity Conservation Alliance, and led WildEarth Guardians’ Sagebrush Sea Campaign for three years. Over this period, he became one of the conservation community’s leaders in sage grouse conservation and recovery. He is the author of 16 hiking guidebooks and backpacking techniques manuals for national parks and wilderness areas spanning the West from Alaska to Arizona. Erik is a contributor to The Hill and his blog posts can be found here.

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Let's Replace Dystopian Dirty Energy With Renewables and Climate Justice

Let's write a new chapter in our nation's energy future that guides renewable energy into an environmentally compatible form, in contrast to the climate and biodiversity wreckage left behind by the dying behemoths of the fossil fuel industry.

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