Obama: More Monuments so Plants and Animals Can ‘Adapt to Climate Change’
Feb. 12, 2016 9:19am Fred Lucas – The Blaze
President Barack Obama is designating 1.8 million acres of public land in California to be part of three national monuments, the White House announced Friday, which will almost double the amount of land he designated as national monuments since taking office.
The White House says the move provides “plants and animals with the space and elevation range that they will need in order to adapt to the impacts of climate change.”
The White House made the announcement after Obama was in California, known for its big donors promoting environmentalism, for a one-day fundraising swing for the… read more here
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