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The Florida Forever conservation land-buying program was created to set aside funds for conservation to protect coastal areas like this one.

Update, June 25, 2015: Earthjustice filed a lawsuit on behalf of three Florida citizen’s groups asking ask the court to compel the Florida Legislature to comply with the Water and Land Conservation Amendment in the state Constitution. The suit was filed in the Leon County Circuit Court on behalf of the Florida Wildlife Federation, the St.

The Grand Canyon

The Grand Canyon is one of the most iconic and revered natural wonders in the United States, if not in the world. Every year five million people from around the globe visit the park and experience the canyon’s staggering views, rugged trails and incredible wildlife. Last month we posted a blog about a sprawling resort complex that developers have proposed about a mile away from the canyon’s southern rim in the quiet Tusayan, Arizona.

Drought resistant dryscaping

Hundreds of hardy succulents morph into Seuss-ian shapes like the leggy “Irish rose,” the appetizing “blue curls” and the bulbous “living rock.” Mark Anthony Ramirez’s yard is arguably the best looking in his Oakland, California neighborhood, and he’s not growing a single blade of grass.

One of the many signs for the Stand in the Sand march in downtown Santa Barbara, California in May 2015.

This is a guest blog by Alexander Rush Favacho. Alex is an undergraduate student at the University of California Santa Barbara and an active member of Santa Barbara’s grassroots environmental movement. Prior to attending UCSB, Alex rode a bicycle across the United States from Duck Town, Tennessee to San Francisco, California where he experienced the extent of the country’s environmental degradation and inequalities. 

The Refinery Healing Walk is an opportunity to bring people together to combat air pollution issues.

Last April, a group of nearly 40 people gathered on a Saturday afternoon to walk 14 miles through suburban sprawl and next to freeways, isolated parking lots, rail tracks and oil refineries. The first in a series of “Refinery Corridor Healing Walks,” the purpose was to walk in prayer and conversation for a safe future for all life on the planet, and to bring attention to the dangers that refineries pose to surrounding communities in the San Francisco Bay Area. 

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