Defend the American Southwest

  • by: Isaiah L
  • recipient: John Hickenlooper, Gary Herbert, Susana Martinez, Doug Ducey, Brian Sandoval

The American Southwest is full of forests and deserts. In particular, the deserts are home to many species like cacti, lizards, snakes, predatory birds, rodents, tortoises, coyotes, mountain lions, and many more species. However, the beautiful deserts face many threats like nuclear and coal energy, development, deforestation, climate change, and the government's war on predators. Tell the governors of the Four Corners states and Nevada to put the natural beauty over profit.

The American Southwest is a beautiful place with high biodiversity. Lizards, snakes, tortoises, cacti, mountain lions, coyotes, and many other organisms live there. Please protect this place from nuclear and coal energy, real estate development, deforestation, and dam construction. Please don't wage war on predators like wolves, coyotes, and mountain lions. Put your heritage and wildlife over profit.

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