A statewide survey of California voters, commissioned by the nonprofit Hispanic Access Foundation and conducted by David Binder Research, finds that more than three in four Californians (78 percent) oppose actions taken by President Donald Trump to remove protections from about 2 million acres of public lands that were previously declared national monuments.
While Montanans appear evenly split on President Donald Trump’s public lands policies, they overwhelmingly see the outdoor recreation economy as essential to their state.
You’re young, adventurous and fascinated by nature.
Where does that get you when you want to use a school term or break to explore job paths, gain field experience or add some career traction?
To a national wildlife refuge, if you’re lucky, to learn firsthand about wildlife conservation as a paid intern, a fellow or a volunteer.
Today, over 45 Latino faith leaders representing communities from California to Florida submitted comments in opposition of the proposed repeal of the Environmental Protection Agency’s Clean Power Plan. Their comments urged EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt to uphold the Clean Power Plan and protect the health of Latino communities and future generations.
Latino leaders and environmental advocates defended the Clean Power Plan — the EPA’s plan to cut carbon pollution from power plants, protect public health, and encourage the development of clean, renewable energy — at a “Citizens’ Hearing” on Thursday, January 11th in Annapolis, Maryland.
By Kelly Vera