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05 August 2022

THE REVELATOR: Latinos Face Challenges Accessing the Outdoors — and Climate Change Is Adding to Those Barriers

Since the start of the pandemic, more members of the public than ever have visited and recreated on our public lands, coasts and waterways. But for Latinos and many other communities of color, barriers to…
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05 August 2022

THE MALIBU TIMES: Latino Conservation Week Kicks Off at Santa Monica Mountains Visitor Center

The Santa Monica Mountains Visitor Center welcomed members of the Latinx community to its Las Montañas event on July 16.  The event hosted by the National Park Service kicked off Latino Conservation Week in the…
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29 July 2022

TECHNO TRENZ: The County’s Most Significant Event Thus Far Was Latino Conservation Week | Opinion

Latino Conservation Week came to an end at a crucial time when environmental justice and conservation are more needed than ever. The chance for Congress to pass significant climate justice legislation that will help address…
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28 July 2022

ORLANDO SENTINEL: Local Leaders Urge Desantis to Declare Climate Emergency in Florida

Community leaders urged Gov. Ron Desantis Monday to declare a state of climate emergency immediately in Florida citing a recent report from the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) that mentioned Florida is…
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28 July 2022

HAPPENINGNEXT: Naturaleza y Comunidad

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28 July 2022

THE CAPE COLLECTION: Hispanic Access Foundation Interns Kick Off Summer With The Service | U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service

It’s Latino Conservation Week! This week is a chance to celebrate the Latinx community’s commitment to protecting our land and waters, raise awareness on important conservation issues, and empower a new and diverse generation of…
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