Natural Resources (California)

Natural Resources (California)

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We support responsible stewardship of both public and private lands, recognizing that land use planning impacts air, water, mineral and biological resources and shapes social and economic conditions.

What do we advocate?

  • Establishment of livable communities with...
 
Affordable housing and safe neighborhoods
Adequate parks for recreation

We support measures that promote management and development of water resources in ways that are beneficial to the environment and emphasize conservation and high standards of water quality appropriate for the intended use.

What do we advocate?

News

League of Women Voters of Fresno signed on to a letter to the Council of Governments composed by Leadership Counsel’s legal team which raised objections to process in transportation planning efforts to meet Green House Gas Emission reductions over

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News

Last month The Voter contained an article on SB 623, the Safe and Affordable Drinking Water Act.

Position

To promote sustainable and environmentally-conscious methods for energy use.

Position

We support standards and enforcement for natural resources.

FALL 2016

For the past 10 years, Fresno County has been working on a revision of its General Plan. In September of 2014, the League of Women Voters of Fresno prepared a two-volume Study Guide on the proposed revisions.

Cover Letter - Overview and Instructions to the Reader

Volume I - Significant Revisions

Position

Recognizing that land is a finite resource, not just a commodity, believes that land ownership, whether public or private, requires responsibilities of stewardship.

The Voter 2007 Edition

 

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