Yesterday, our policy director joined colleagues from the American Alpine Club and Western Environmental Law Center and for a panel on the National Environmental Policy Act and why we are taking the Trump Administration to court to defend this landmark environmental law. With Fitz Cahall as our moderator, we discussed the many ways in which NEPA helps protect public health and public lands, and how recent changes by the Trump Administration disenfranchise the public and threaten our environment and outdoor recreation.

You can watch the full webinar below:

New regulations weaken our nation’s cornerstone environmental law. We’re still fighting.

The National Environmental Policy Act was signed into law on January 1, 1970. For 50 years, it has helped the government consider the environment in its decision-making. Here are some answers to commonly asked questions about the law, how its implemented, and what it means for outdoor enthusiasts.

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