The virtual exchange on July 29th, the third and final session in the Public Lands, We the People virtual series, focused on the role of national public lands in sustaining a resilient natural network that will help human communities, wildlife, pollinators and the larger web of life to thrive in the face of habitat loss and climate change. With the right policies and partnerships, our public lands and waters—some of the highest quality strongholds of nature left on the planet—can be connected in a continental system that provides clean air, drinking water and refuge for all.
The EnvironmentA Bold Solution to the Climate Crisis: Public LandsJUL01Wed Jul 1, 2020 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm EDTVirtual
During this first panel of the series, "Public Lands, We the People," experts explored the ways we must manage our public lands to be an essential part of a national strategy to combat climate change, improve community health, and ensure all people can enjoy nature’s benefits. Watch the recording here >>>
The EnvironmentLocal Parks to Public LandsJUL15Wed Jul 15, 2020 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm EDTVirtual
The second session in this three-part series, "Public Lands, We the People," focused on park equity and explore how increasing access to parks and public lands moves communities closer to creating healthier more sustainable environments. Watch the recording here >>>