Protect the future of Arizona’s natural wonders, urge your state legislators to oppose an anti-30×30 resolution

The Arizona Legislature is considering a resolution that would pull the state backward in the fight to conserve at least 30 percent of America’s lands and waters by 2030—in spite of the fact that 92 percent of Arizonans say it’s important for the state to “preserve and protect its rivers, natural areas and wildlife.”

We cannot allow a few loud voices in the state legislature to undermine the long-term health and well-being of wild places for their own self-interest. If you live in Arizona, please speak up today to defend 30×30 in Arizona by urging your legislators to oppose HCR 2024.

Arizona’s unique ecosystems are already feeling the impacts of increasing temperatures and intense drought. If passed, this resolution would make it more difficult for state and local environmental groups to advance conservation efforts on the ground—compromising the future of conservation in Arizona.

Stand up for what you love about Arizona. If you call the Grand Canyon State home, please write your state legislators and ask them to oppose HCR 2024.

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Jack Meyer | Greater Gila Arizona Advocate, WildEarth Guardians

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