November 22, 2014

Conservation is Conservative

Voters Across the Spectrum Value Public Lands, Clean Air & Renewable Energy, Bipartisan Poll Shows

El Malpais National Monument in New Mexico (NPS)

Good news from a recent poll of Western voters carried out by Republican and Democratic polling firms: voters across the political spectrum appreciate the economic and heritage benefits of parks and other public lands, they favor protecting clean air, and they want to see more renewable energy developed. Colorado College released its Conservation in the […]

Antiquities Act – Protecting America’s Heritage

Grand Canyon National Park: South Rim - Moran Point

Three years ago this month (January), then-President George W. Bush invoked his authority under the Antiquities Act to establish three national monuments protecting 125 million acres of islands, atolls, coral reefs, and marine waters that are chock full of an amazing variety of sea creatures, crazy-interesting geological formations, and archaeological treasures. Including a monument covering […]

Energy – Cleaner. Here. Now.

Geysers geothermal power plant in California (NREL)

Cleaner Forms of Energy Are Always Better America must invest in cleaner energy that is made in America. Cleaner energy made in America is better for our economy, our security, our health, and our environment. In measuring how “clean” energy is, we must consider all phases of its development – the mining and manufacturing of […]

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