Governor Steve Sisolak has continued to take significant steps to protect our state’s air, land, water, and wildlife. The past two years have been incredibly difficult as the COVID-19 pandemic has rightfully gotten most of the attention of the Governor’s office. Despite that, Governor Sisolak has remained committed to advancing clean energy and climate goals and protecting the wildlife and open spaces that make our state so special.
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We are so lucky to have Senators Catherine Cortez Masto and Jacky Rosen fighting for our public lands in Washington, D.C.! Not only have these incredible Senators spearheaded efforts to protect Nevada’s treasured public lands, they have been key players in helping Nevada lead in clean energy.
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House Representatives Dina Titus, Susie Lee and Steven Horsford have fought hard in Washington, D.C. to secure federal investments to support the conservation of our most sacred landscapes and promote Nevada’s clean energy economy.
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During the 2021 Nevada Legislative Session, we voted for the future of our climate. Assemblymembers Daniele Monroe-Moreno, Howard Watts, and Steve Yeager were all key to passing bills to reduce pollution, protect wildlife, and promote clean energy.
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In the 2021 Nevada Legislative Session, Senators Dallas Harris, Nicole Cannizzaro, Chris Brooks, and Fabian Donate stood out as leaders in supporting clean energy and conservation bills.
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Thanks to the bold actions and votes of Clark County Commissioners William McCurdy II, Justin Jones, Tick Segerblom, and Marilyn Kirkpatrick, Clark County adopted a resolution outlining a bold conservation goal, preserving 30% of lands and waters by 2030.
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