“Our mission is to promote the health and well-being of our Country – for both current and future generations – by curbing the carbon pollution that is causing climate change and threatening our children’s health, promoting clean energy and energy security, protecting the pristine places and natural resources that help shape our National identity and fuel our economy, and leading by example in the Federal Government.”
– Michael Boots
When it comes to conservation, the Administration is thinking bigger. Mike Boots highlights the Administration’s commitment to landscape-level conservation and natural resource management at the National Workshop of Large Landscape Conservation.
In keeping with President Obama’s June 2014 memorandum, CEQ is releasing revised guidance on Sustainable Designed Landscapes to help Federal agencies incorporate pollinator friendly practices at Federal facilities and landscapes.
Brenda Kyle, a longtime resident of southern California, reflects on how the San Gabriel Mountains became such a big part of her life - and how she shares her love of the outdoors with others.
In 2013, the President announced a bold new goal for the federal government to consume 20% of its power from renewable sources by 2020 -- and federal agencies are already stepping up to this challenge in a big way.
Mike Boots highlights how the Administration is helping to prepare communities - across the country and around the world - for the impacts of climate change during National Preparedness Month.
On June 25, 2013, President Obama laid out his comprehensive plan for steady action to reduce carbon pollution in America, prepare our country for the impacts of climate change, and lead global efforts to fight it. Learn more about the President's Plan: