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Latino Faith Leaders Urge EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt to Uphold Clean Power Plan and Protect the Health of Latinos and Future Generations

01.17.18

Today, over 45 Latino faith leaders representing communities from California to Florida submitted comments in opposition of the proposed...

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Latino Leaders and Environmental Advocates Reiterate Support for the Clean Power Plan at Maryland Citizens’ Hearing

01.12.18

Latino leaders and environmental advocates defended the Clean Power Plan — the EPA’s plan to cut carbon pollution from power...

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Utah monuments bill doesn’t reflect public support, simply an end-around to legitimize gutting of Bears Ears National Monument

01.9.18 Prior to today’s subcommittee hearing on H.R. 4532, which would establish the two monuments outlined by President Trump when he announced...

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THE TRENTONIAN: Stand Up and Protect Public Lands

01.8.18

By Kelly Vera

In September, I had the special opportunity to experience my first camping trip at Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks...

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SIERRA MAGAZINE: Celebrating Latino Heritage Through Protected Places A report urges protection of culturally significant sites to recognize national history

12.19.17

By: Meredith Brown 

Dec. 19, 2017

The United States has long been known as a socially and culturally diverse “melting pot...

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HISPANIC ACCESS: Trump Administration’s Unprecedented Assault on Public Lands Disregards Moral Obligation to Protect Our Outdoor and Cultural Heritage

12.14.17

On the heels of the proclamation from President Trump to reduce Bears Ears National Monument by 85% and Grand Staircase-Escalante...

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COLORADO RIVER PUBLIC MEDIA: "Leche y Miel": Short Film Set in Yuma County Explores Over-Allocation of the Colorado River

12.10.17

By Maya Springhawk Robnett 

Over-use of the Colorado River has long concerned environmentalists, but a short film has set out to...

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