Biden To “Repeal or Replace” Trump’s Rollback Of Protections for the Tongass

Three months before leaving office, President Cheetolino opened up more than half of Alaska’s Tongass National Forest, the world’s largest intact temperate rainforest, to road building, logging, mining, and other development.

Yesterday the Forest Service said it would “repeal or replace” a Trump-era rollback that allows companies to build roads and other infrastructure in much of America’s largest national forest. It would be the biggest victory for public lands the Biden administration has delivered yet—if the details pan out.

LINK (via: Rolling Stone)

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