Conservation Action Network - Issues and Action

Welcome to AMC's Conservation Action Center!

Join AMC in protecting the mountains, rivers, forests, and trails of our region. Learn about and speak up on issues that threaten the Northeast outdoors as well as opportunities to ensure that treasured locations and landscapes can be enjoyed for generations to come.

Below are updates on current issues and recent activities. Your voice will help! Sign up for AMC’s online Action Network to stay up to speed on the most pressing issues and receive periodic notices to take action.

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Welcome to AMC's Conservation Action Center!

Join AMC in protecting the mountains, rivers, forests, and trails of our region. Learn about and speak up on issues that threaten the Northeast outdoors as well as opportunities to ensure that treasured locations and landscapes can be enjoyed for generations to come.

Take a Deep Breath: Help Protect the Places you Love

In response to President Trump's Executive Order that directs each federal agency to form a Regulatory Reform Task Force to recommend repeal, replacement, or modification of existing regulations, the EPA is taking public comments on its regulations until May 15th. This effort is aimed at undoing decades of environmental protections, making it a significant threat to public health and the environment.

  

You can submit a comment using our email form below OR submit comments directly online.

  

EPA and President Trump need to hear why we value ozone health standards, the Paris climate agreement, visibility in Wilderness, and the Clean Power Plan.

  

Please edit the message below to reflect your personal perspective as to why keeping clean air, clean water, and climate protections are important to you.

  

Making your message your own is a powerful way to emphasize your love of outdoor recreation that depends on open spaces, clean air and water, and a stable climate.


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Scott Pruitt, EPA Administrator


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