Garrison Frost

Articles by Garrison Frost

California renews its leadership on climate change
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California renews its leadership on climate change

— Passage of Assembly Bill 398 reauthorizes landmark cap-and-trade program and will reduce air pollution in California’s communities. It will be great for birds, too.
Conservation groups demand to be included in high-level Salton Sea talks
Salton Sea

Conservation groups demand to be included in high-level Salton Sea talks

— Audubon California joined with Defenders of Wildlife and Sierra Club to ensure that public health and environmental issues are addressed.
The fight to save national monuments comes to Kern and Tulare counties
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The fight to save national monuments comes to Kern and Tulare counties

— Boards of supervisors in each county are prepping a letter supporting the shrinking of the Giant Sequoia National Monument. Our voices can stop them.
Highlights from the 2017 Audubon CA Advocacy Day
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Highlights from the 2017 Audubon CA Advocacy Day

— June 8 Advocacy Day shows the power of the Audubon network in California.
Defending our California desert national monuments
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Defending our California desert national monuments

— Community turns out in Indio in support of three area national monuments under review by the Administration.
Audubon California applauds Coastal Commission's rejection of Humboldt Bay project
Humboldt Bay

Audubon California applauds Coastal Commission's rejection of Humboldt Bay project

— Expansion of oyster farming would have harmed critical bird habitat
Effort to reauthorize cap-and-trade suffers a blow, but hope remains
Global Warming

Effort to reauthorize cap-and-trade suffers a blow, but hope remains

— Lawmakers seem eager to find another way to renew state's landmark climate program.
Audubon California statement following failure of Assembly Bill 378 in State Assembly
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Audubon California statement following failure of Assembly Bill 378 in State Assembly

— Audubon California is extremely disappointed that the California Assembly has failed to pass Assembly Bill 378 to extend California’s leadership in climate policy.