Tell Congress: Stop the rollbacks!
Recent changes to a foundational environmental law governing federal development projects will have far-reaching consequences for people and parks. This may be the single worst move the administration has made for national parks.
The National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) requires the government to carefully consider public health and our environment before making major decisions like allowing roads or mines on public lands. NEPA has protected Acadia National Park from damaging road repairs and it made sure that local tribes’ voices were heard when highway construction was planned near Glacier National Park.
But now the administration is rewriting NEPA to reduce public input, shorten the review process, and exempt many projects from environmental review.
Enough is enough. Take action now and tell Congress: Protect parks and people from the reckless and destructive rollbacks of bedrock conservation laws.
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