News Coverage


18 March 2024

SALT LAKE TRIBUNE: Latino voices are non-negotiable in the fight for environmental preservation

In the vast tapestry of America’s cultural landscape, the voice of Latino communities emerges as a critical one for conservation. The recent findings from the 14th annual Conservation in the West Poll conducted by Colorado…
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14 March 2024

EL TIEMPO LATINO: Tres formas en las que el cambio climático afecta a los latinos en EEUU

El cambio climático ya no es una amenaza lejana, sino una realidad que golpea duramente, y las comunidades latinas están en la línea de fuego. Un informe de la Hispanic Access Foundation presentado en enero,…
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03 May 2024

PUBLIC NEWS SERVICE: Public lands groups cheer expansion of two CA national monuments

Conservation groups, tribes and community organizers are praising President Joe Biden's decision Thursday to expand two national monuments in California. Together, the monuments will gain about 120,000 acres. The Berryessa Snow Mountain National Monument is…
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02 May 2024

IMPULSO NEWSPAPER: Líderes de California Celebran Anuncio del Presidente Biden para Ampliar Dos Monumentos Nacionales y Piden Más Designaciones en el Estado

La administración Biden anunció que el Presidente Biden ejercerá su autoridad bajo la Ley de Antigüedades para ampliar el Monumento Nacional de las Montañas de San Gabriel en el sur de California y el Monumento…
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27 April 2024

LATIN TIMES: California's Latino-heavy Cities Have the Highest Air Pollution Levels in the U.S.

Latinos are the largest demographic group in the five most air-polluted cities in the United States, according to a report by the American Lung Association. The study, an annual data analysis titled "State of the…
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11 March 2024

NEWSWEEK: Thirst for Change: The Imperative to Preserve the Colorado River

The Colorado River originating high in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado and stretching an impressive 1,450 miles, crossing 30 tribal nations and most of the United States, is a lifeline winding through the arid landscapes…
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