Conservation

A closer look at the Administration’s recent actions and how they impact the outdoor places that you love Public lands including our parks and trails are near and dear to AMC. When President Trump took aim at these places by signing orders on December 4 to shrink the boundaries of two National Monuments in Utah…

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AMC and Maine Beer Company Team Up for Conservation To support AMC’s strong conservation and advocacy efforts in Maine, the Maine Beer Company will feature our organization as their 1% For the Planet non-profit this month! In 2002, AMC embarked on the Maine Woods Initiative, a multi-pronged strategy for land conservation that combines outdoor recreation,…

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Join AMC on a conservation hike, write to your Members of Congress, and learn more about LWCF After 52 years of protecting some of the most iconic landscapes and trails in the Northeast, The Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) is set to expire in less than 52 weeks if Congress does not act. AMC…

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AMC Calls on the EPA Not to Rollback Clean Water Protections In August, we let you know that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) was proposing to change the 2015 Waters of the United States regulations to protect smaller streams and wetlands, known as the WOTUS rule.  Despite an overwhelming response supporting the rule, the EPA…

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Rate Hikes Proposed for 17 National Parks are Opposed by the Appalachian Mountain CLub

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AMC responds to the Proposed Repeal of the Clean Power Plan An environmental policy designed to greatly reduce carbon emissions in the US is now on the chopping block. Finalized in 2015, the Clean Power Plan created targets for each state in the country to work towards for reducing greenhouse-gas emissions from their power plants….

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AMC is working to highlight 52 weeks of stories around the Land and Water Conservation Fund, highlighting the milestones and successes of our nation’s most popular conservation funding program, before it expires in September, 2018.

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The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Army Corps of Engineers have proposed changing the definition of waters of the United States that are subject to pollution protections.  Specifically, smaller streams and wetlands, which are so common to the Northeast and feed into larger bodies of water, would no longer be protected under the Clean Water…

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AMC is calling on Governors in 9 Northeastern states to set the strongest emission reduction targets possible as they decide on key provisions in an update to the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative.

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While the White House backs away from the Paris climate accord and the United States leadership role in addressing climate change, we are now charged with taking up the mantle of leadership on climate change. This time is too important for us to acquiesce to Washington’s failure to lead.

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