The rule is likely to be the subject of lawsuits from conservatives and the fossil fuel industry, but if upheld, could be felt most acutely in states like Nevada.
Nevada is set to receive nearly $12 million in federal funds from President Biden’s infrastructure law to invest in wildfire prevention projects across more than 100,000 acres of land in the state.
The Biden administration has taken major steps to try and address climate change and invest in clean energy with its policies, but the report’s findings highlight that more work needs to be done at all levels of government to mitigate climate change.
Luis Cejudo spoke about his job with passion as he held on to his safety gear with both hands; he talked about how grateful he feels to be earning the best salary he’s ever had.
“The Colorado River is a vital resource for millions of Nevadans, and I am glad that the Southern Nevada Water Authority will continue its work with other Lower Basin States to help protect our water supply for future generations to come,” Senator Cortez Masto (D-NV) said in a statement.
A new report documents how environmental events linked to climate change can trigger or exacerbate mental health issues in kids, suggesting Nevada’s existing youth mental health crisis could get worse.
North Las Vegas is also getting $1 million to improve its urban forests and reduce urban heat island impacts…
“House Republicans are again showing they are willing to throw the country into chaos…”
Those who enroll in the American Climate Corps will learn how to install solar panels, restore coastal wetlands, fight wildfires, and more. The program aims to create a pipeline for these young people to get hired into the clean energy sector.
In a letter to the editor, Las Vegas resident Itzel Rios-Vega demands that the EPA adopts strong, comprehensive methane safeguards to protect individuals’ health and the planet.