Conservation

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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AMC strongly disagrees with President Trump’s decision to withdraw the United States from the Paris Climate Agreement, retreating from our world leadership in addressing greenhouse gas contributions to human-caused global climate disruptions. The climate is changing across the AMC region with warmer temperatures, more intense rainfall, and shorter snow seasons. AMC maintains a robust scientific…

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On May 5th, 2017 Springfield, MA became the 27th Urban Migratory Bird City in America. At a signing ceremony at the Springfield Science Museum, the city’s Mayor Dominic J. Sarno signed an Urban Conservation Treaty for Migratory Birds along with key partners such as The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the U.S. Forest Service and…

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New Hampshire Accepting In-Person and Written Comments on Transmission Line Proposal For more than seven years, AMC has been working to protect New Hampshire’s remarkable scenic landscapes, forests, and trails from the proposed Northern Pass transmission line. The project as proposed would traverse 192-miles, creating a lasting, negative impact on the overall character of special…

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The federal budget has been in the news a lot recently, and for good reason. When it comes to our public lands and waters, our trails, and the programs that support their use and enjoyment, the annual budget is among the most important pieces of legislation that Congress is entrusted to pass every year. So…

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The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is asking for public input on what environmental rules should be changed or scrapped. Yes, you read that correctly … the EPA is asking the public to weigh in on how the agency could roll back climate and clean air policies, public health safeguards, the Clean Power Plan,…

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