The Park Record
May 24, 2018
Last week, Gov. Gary Herbert signed a resolution lawmakers sent to his desk that states a changing climate affects Utahns and, further, encourages the use of science to understand the causes of climate change and find innovative solutions to it.
It was a remarkable moment given that Utah is one of the reddest states in the nation, and many residents who have fought for sensible action on climate change viewed it as a well-earned victory. HEAL Utah, a nonprofit that advocates for environmentally friendly policies, went as far as referring to the resolution as a “landmark.”
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