How to Save America’s Wildlife from Urban Destruction

The Trump administration announced a new plan Wednesday to tackle the nation’s land degradation crisis.

In the coming months, the Environmental Protection Agency will announce a new conservation and mitigation plan to help save our wild places.

The goal is to reduce the damage done to our nation’s natural resources by making land more resilient to the ravages of climate change.

The EPA is launching a new National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) review to determine if current rules are working.

The NEPA review is being spearheaded by the Department of Interior and will be led by former Interior Secretary Ken Salazar.

Salazar is also the chairman of the board of directors of the Wilderness Society.

“I want to work with all of the stakeholders, and I think we’ve got an opportunity here to make the case for our nation to be more resilient,” Salazar said.

“We’ve got to have more and more resilient land.”

The Environmental Protection Act is the law that regulates the U.S. Environmental Protection and Planning Agency (EPA).

The NEPAA review will focus on how to better manage our land in the face of climate threats and pollution, and also consider how to protect and conserve America’s natural heritage.

The new EPA plan will also help the federal government manage the country’s vast land resources more effectively.

The new NEPA will look at how to create a “land stewardship strategy” to help protect land from urban development, and how to ensure our natural resources are not impacted by development.

“Our nation is in dire need of the best possible solution for the problem of land degradation,” said Ken Salazer, former Interior secretary and chairman of board of Directors of the Wildlife Society.

“The NEPA Review is the first step to making that a reality.”

According to the Environmental Integrity Project, the United States is losing land value by nearly $10 billion every day due to land degradation.

Over the last decade, the U,S.

has lost nearly 5.3 million acres of our country’s public lands, the report said.

The vast majority of the land loss is occurring in states where land values have been plummeting.

According to the report, more than half of all the land lost is in California, which has lost over 1 million acres since 1980.

The report also found that the United Kingdom is losing more than 1.3 billion acres of public lands annually.

“As we continue to lose our land, it is imperative that we create an infrastructure for our future generations that is sustainable and is responsive to our needs,” said the report’s author, Dr. Peter Pomerantz.

“There are several opportunities to do this.”

The National Environmental Strategy is the blueprint that the U-S.

government uses to guide its policies and programs.

The plan is also called the National Environmental Action Plan.

It was established by the U.-S.

Congress in 2010.

The U.N. is also developing a National Strategy for the Environment that is expected to be completed by 2020.

In a press release Wednesday, the White House said that President Donald Trump has committed to developing a national environmental strategy by the end of 2020.

The White House did not specify how much the NEPA plan would cost.

It will cost between $5 billion and $8 billion.

It would also require congressional action.

“Our country is facing the greatest land degradation challenge since the Dust Bowl of the 1930s,” said Rep. Steve Cohen, a New York Democrat.

“It is time for the administration to lead on this issue, and the American people deserve to know the direction they are headed in.”

“I think this is a good first step, but it’s a long way to go,” said Sen. Lisa Murkowski, a Alaska Republican.

“This is just a beginning.

It’s going to take a lot more than just a new federal agency to save our public lands.

The people need to know how we can save them and help them rebuild.”

The United States has lost a total of nearly 9.2 billion acres to urban development over the last five decades, according to a report from the Uptake Program at the University of Michigan.

In 2016, more people were killed in America’s cities than anywhere else in the world, according a study from the National Safety Council.

According to a study published last month in the journal Urban Land and Environmental Policy, the nation is now home to 1.9 million more people than when George Washington established the United Colonies in 1775.

The population has doubled since 1950, and more than 200 million Americans live in cities.

According a recent report by the Urban Land Institute, the average American household is now $40,000 in debt, while the average household income is $43,000.

The Urban Land Center found that more than 50% of Americans are now living in poverty, with one in five living in homes with one or more people who are living below the poverty line.

The National Parks Service is also working on a