Public Lands Tag News Feed

We have to treat climate change like the existential threat it is. As president, I will: – End subsidies for fossil fuel corporations – Ban new drilling on federal lands & waters – Hold oil executives accountable – Rally the world to raise the commitments of the Paris Agreement


Klobuchar in Colorado

“I’m not in favor of energy development on public lands with drilling and the like. You have to look at every case and say does this make sense for the local area … We want to have spaces where people can go. We want to have spaces that aren’t filled with buildings otherwise we’ll lose … Continue reading ""


Buttigieg in Nevada

On the sunny outdoor pavilion at Clark County Wetlands, Pete Buttigieg joined a host of environmental activists for a roundtable focused on public lands & conservation. Buttigieg outlined his latest policy ‘Protecting America’s public lands and diverse outdoor heritage.


Protecting America's Public Lands & Diverse Outdoor Heritage

America’s public lands and waters are among our greatest assets. Our national parks, forests, wildlife refuges, monuments, conservation areas, and public lands power local economies, provide clean air and water, protect our cultural heritage, and help define who we are as a country. As a mayor and as a veteran, Pete deeply appreciates the value … Continue reading ""

Pete For America

Biden in South Carolina

“While everyone is feeling the effects of climate change, in the Lowcountry you’re on the frontlines. It’s impacting everything from your health to your local economy to your overall quality of life. That’s why my plan invests $1.7 trillion over 10 years to move our country to a 100 percent clean-energy economy with net-zero emissions … Continue reading ""

Charleston City Paper

Warren in New Hampshire

On climate change, Warren said she would move fast on day one in the Oval Office. That includes no more drilling and mining on federal land, getting rid of an Environmental Protection Agency director who is a coal lobbyist and continuing her support of those who scientifically view the climate crisis as something needing attention … Continue reading ""