News Release | Environment America

Statement: Clean cars rollback will worsen climate crisis

As the unprecedented public health crisis caused by the novel coronavirus worsens, the Trump administration is nevertheless weakening clean car standards that protect our climate, our health and the future of our children and grandchildren. 

News Release | Environment America

In addressing the coronavirus, Congress must not exacerbate the climate crisis

Congress is rushing to spend hundreds of billions of dollars to bail out industries affected by the measures being taken to stem the spread and severity of the coronavirus. But in putting out one fire, our leaders must not pour gasoline on another -- namely, global warming. Taxpayer dollars should not be spent bailing out industries that are accelerating climate change. Any bailout funding must require industries to reduce their carbon emissions and other pollution.

News Release | Environment Nevada

Senators unveil broad, bipartisan effort to fully fund LWCF

12 Senators from across the country packed onto the stage of the Senate press room on Wednesday to announce the introduction of a bill that would fully and permanently fund the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) as well as address maintenance backlog issues at national parks. Senators traded opportunities to extol on the value of conservation, outdoor recreation, and the important role LWCF has played in supporting our public lands. 

The press conference followed recent statements from Leader McConnell as well as President Trump indicating they would support full and permanent funding for LWCF. 

News Release | Environment Nevada

A behind-the-scenes conservation program matters more to Nevada than you know

A newly released report suggests that high-rise casinos aren’t the only thing attracting visitors to the Battle Born State. The report, Protecting the Places We Love: How the Land and Water Conservation Fund Supports Outdoor Recreation in Nevada, a project of Environment Nevada Research & Policy Center and Frontier Group, examines just how many visitors Nevada’s public lands are getting, and how much they’re being supported by a landmark federal conservation program called the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF).

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