宣传

为植物说话!

为什么我们提倡

宣传 is an important tool at our disposal to use in saving rare 和 endangered plants. 从最广泛的意义上说, 倡导是分享和传达我们组织的使命. 有时, 然而, 公共政策, 法律法规阻碍, 挫败甚至反对我们拯救植物的使命. That is when we need to sharpen this tool 和 focus our efforts to urge lawmakers to rule in favor of these imperiled plants. 植物不能在国会表达它们的担忧,所以我们必须.

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我们如何保护珍稀植物?

Just as the 网上信誉赌博下注 is a community of practice around the science of plants, 我们正在建立一个倡导者社区, 从各个角度工作, to get Congress to move on bills that protect the environment 和 rare 和 endangered plants.

这个团体需要超越我们所有人, 我们需要包括我们的访客, 朋友, 家庭.

网上信誉赌博下注自然保育主任. Naomi Fraga working with her mentor Steve Boyd at Hidden Lake to conserve Hidden Lake blue curls - a taxa which was recently delisted.

我们所做的

作为我们使命的一部分, 不时地, the 网上信誉赌博下注 takes positions on relevant matters that affect our collective ability to Save Plants. The 网上信誉赌博下注 is a non-partisan, 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization. 由法律规定, the 网上信誉赌博下注 does not promote political parties or c和idates but does issue 状态ments on legislation 和 other actions that affect conservation objectives.

写作论文

The 网上信誉赌博下注 宣传 Committee drafts position papers on relevant topics pertaining to plant conservation. The purpose of the position papers is to have an organizational approved position on issues related to our mission, 给予网上信誉赌博下注采取行动的指导, 向公众和网络表明我们的立场.

中共立场文件
追踪联邦立法

The 网上信誉赌博下注 宣传 Committee tracks federal legislation that have direct impact on the safeguarding of rare 和 endangered plants, 植物保护研究, 和恢复.

当前的立法
分享我们的故事

如果您的组织想让我们在您的会议或活动上发言, we’d love to share with you the amazing world of rare plant conservation – from collecting seeds of some of the rarest plants in the world, 以及拯救这些濒临灭绝的植物所需要的尖端研究, 请给我们发邮件.

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你能做什么

当涉及到拯救植物时,每一个行动都很重要. 是否正在精通你所在地区的本地和稀有植物, sending emails to your policy makers in support of plant conservation or sharing the work of the 网上信誉赌博下注 with others, 这些个人行为加起来很重要, 植物正变化.

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Sign up to the 网上信誉赌博下注 email list 和 receive timely action alerts 和 our monthly newsletter. You will keep up to date on the latest in plant conservation 和 be the first to know when relevant plant conservation legislation is being heard in Congress.

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不时地, 我们会向我们的社区伸出援手,请你们为拯救植物发声. If you need to find out how to contact your Representative or Senator in 美国nited States Congress, 点击下面的.

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网上信誉赌博下注收藏了超过1本,600 of America’s most imperiled native plants through its network of world class botanical gardens. 要深入了解这些植物的状况,请访问我们的国家收藏.

网上最靠谱正规的外围买球网站

立场文件

中共中央网上最靠谱正规的外围买球网站受威胁及濒危本地植物的立场文件

自1984年以来, the mission of the 网上信誉赌博下注 (CPC) has been to save the threatened 和 endangered native plants of North America by supporting evidence-based measures to prevent extinction. 具有里程碑意义的1973年《网上信誉赌博下注》(ESA)旨在保护濒危物种, 和, 倡导本土植物和生物多样性, 我们支持ESA(1)并支持联邦的执行, 状态 和 local environmental laws to protect native species 和 the ecosystems that provide the essential context for their survival. 由于栖息地的破坏,许多植物面临危险, 气候变化, 外来入侵植物和传粉者的损失, 其他的挑战. 而无需人工干预, an estimated one million of Earth’s plant 和 animal species may face extinction in the next decades. 拯救珍稀濒危植物, CPC与植物园保护伙伴网络合作, arboreta, 种子银行, herbaria 和 研究 organizations–和 is a member of the Endangered Species Coalition. 让我们放眼美国之外.S.A., the CPC endorses international efforts aimed at securing the fate of Earth’s imperiled species.

Each plant species represents a unique genetic 和 phenotypic solution to the problem of how to live on planet Earth. 在生物体之间的互动网络中,每一个物种都占据着独特的纽带, 以及它们与周围环境之间的关系. 作为一个结果, 单一物种的丧失意味着无法挽回的珍贵信息的丧失, 同时也会危及其他物种,它们是互动生命网络的一部分. The CPC believes that human beings have the urgent responsibility to prevent this loss by taking action accordingly.

网上信誉赌博下注因此支持:
•在自然界(原位)和花园里保护濒危植物, 种子库和其他活体组织存储库(非原位).
• Preserving existing critical habitat of imperiled species 和 unoccupied “refuge” areas where species can recover 和 persist.
• Safeguarding native species 和 ecosystems as a 基金amental responsibility of humanity, 也因为生物多样性的重要性, 野生种群作为药物来源, 食物和其他人类需求, importantly including their ethnobotanical uses 和 significance to Native American 和 indigenous communities.
• Advancing the conservation of imperiled flora through science-based st和ards 和 protocols, 研究, 前沿技术, 信息综合, 数据共享与协作.
• Providing strict legal safeguards 和 consistent st和ards for threatened species awaiting listing, 与濒临灭绝的植物相似.
•增加训练有素的植物学家的数量, 保护生物学家和生态学家进行严格的科学研究, monitoring 和 interventions necessary for native plant conservation 和 to provide science-based information to inform decision-making, 各级政府机构负责制定环境政策, 和保护行动.
•增加可行, genetically diverse germplasm in 种子银行 和 gene banks as a critical step in the restoration of self-sustaining wild populations 和 the survival 和 recovery of plants at risk.
• Supporting herbaria 和 their repositories of vouchers that provide expertly identified evidence to establish the historical ranges of species.
• Backing increased 基金ing for restoration of native ecosystems 和 rare plants on 公共土地 和 for active management 和 sound strategies to combat invasive weeds.
• Working actively to protect pollinators with which plant species have co-evolved 和 upon which they depend for their successful reproduction.
• Empowering people with science-based knowledge to become advocates 和 activists for native plants threatened with extinction.

(1)根据ESA, “‘Endangered’ means a species is in danger of extinction throughout all or a significant portion of its range. ‘Threatened’ means a species is likely to become endangered within the foreseeable future.” (http://www.the U鱼类and野生动物管理局.gov/endangered/esa-library/pdf/ESA_basics.pdf)

中共网上最靠谱正规的外围买球网站气候变化的立场文件

Background: As part of the advocacy efforts aligned with the mission to protect native 和 endangered plant species of 美国nited States 和 its territories whose natural ranges extend into Canada 和 Mexico, The 网上信誉赌博下注 (CPC) is posting its Position Paper on Climate Change.

气候变化与受威胁和濒危植物

CPC的使命是防止本地植物灭绝. The need is urgent to ensure the survival of imperiled plants facing dire consequences of 气候变化 disruptions, 因栖息地破坏而恶化, 生殖隔离, 下降的传粉者, 以及来自外来动植物的生态竞争. 人类活动, 包括燃烧化石燃料, 温室气体的排放, 和 the destruction of carbon sinks that absorb carbon dioxide are major culprits of 气候变化. The last seven years have been the warmest on record (1) 和 have been accompanied by rising sea levels, 极端天气事件, 以及频繁发生的大规模野火. 气候变化会改变植物开花的时间, 从而影响授粉和结实率, with consequent impact on the availability of fruits 和 seeds for birds 和 other creatures. 一些物种的活动范围已经转移或缩小了, 植物数量也在持续下降. 气候变化对人类和野生动物产生了不利影响, 我们指的是本土的, 未驯化的动植物.

CPC支持应对气候变化的方案:

  • 用可再生的替代能源取代对化石燃料的依赖
  • Fostering the resilience of natural systems by preserving 和 restoring existing carbon sinks, 包括完整的森林, 泥炭地, 原生草原和其他栖息地可以吸收碳并提供清洁的空气
  • 维护国家的荒野和森林地区, 状态, 和当地的公园, 公共土地, 野生动物保护区, 作为碳储存库的自然保护区和森林
  • Protecting coastal systems that capture “Blue Carbon” or carbon dioxide from the coastal ecosystems, 并为无脊椎动物和其他生物提供水生栖息地
  • 促进自然材料和储存碳的植物的活海岸线
  • 鼓励可再生的免耕农业,吸收碳,丰富土壤
  • Using green buffers with native flora in transportation corridors 和 in public gardens

中共中央支持研究、教育和倡导:

  • Designating strong legal protection for plants in the Endangered Species Act 和 State Wildlife Action Plans.
  • Encouraging science -based 研究 和 conservation tools to map shifting ranges of imperiled species, 监测气候变化的影响, 并制定防止植物灭绝的策略
  • 为种子银行和基因库提供有活力的、遗传多样性的种质资源
  • 在美国为联邦扩大领导计划, 状态, 和当地的资金及时, 科学的收集, 濒危植物的保护和种子库,以保护生物多样性
  • 采用模型对敏感地区和生态系统进行优先排序至关重要, 对时间敏感的, 以科学为基础的决策
  • 传播有关气候变化及其如何影响稀有植物的信息
  • Promoting the importance of protecting rare plants 和 their pollinators by conveying the interrelationships of species 和 the realities of extinction
  • Endorsing legislation that provides protections for native, endangered, 和 threatened plants
  • 教育个人如何成为解决方案的一部分

(1) http://www.nasa.gov/press-release/2020-tied-for-warmest-year-on-record-nasa-analysis-shows

*董事会于2021年10月22日批准.

联邦立法

Background

美国众议院提出了一项名为H.R.1572, 通常称为“植物学法案”。, 除此之外, 美国土地管理局(BLM)说。, 美国.S. 美国地质调查局.S. 鱼类及野生动物服务(USFWS), 国家公园管理局, 和 other appropriate entities to support a program of intramural 和 extramural botanical science 研究 to support the l和 management responsibilities of the Department of the Interior.”

网上信誉赌博下注(CPC)支持这项法案的理由如下:

  • 它将增加训练有素的植物学家的数量, 科学家们, conservation biologists 和 ecologists to conduct the science-based 研究 necessary for the conservation of vulnerable plants 和 their ecosystems.
  • It advocates for science-based 研究 that provides data to alert relevant agencies 和 the public with vital information to inform decision-making, 负责任的政府环保政策及环保行动.
  • It supports engagement between the Department of the Interior with other agencies 和 groups, 包括像CPC这样的组织, 最大限度地保护和立法宣传工作.

一项法案, 于3月9日提交参议院, 2020年建立, 基金, 和 provide for the use of amounts in a National Parks 和 Public L和 Legacy Restoration Fund to address the maintenance backlog of 国家公园管理局, 美国鱼类和野生动物管理局, 土地管理局, 林务局, 以及印度教育局, 并提供永久的, 为水土保持基金提供专项资金, 以及其他用途. 该法案是由奥巴马提出的. 科里·加德纳(R-CO)有58个两党共同赞助人.

Background

“伟大的美国户外法案”结合了两项主要的保护法案: S. 500, aimed at reducing the nearly $20 billion deferred maintenance backlog on 公共土地, 和 S. 1081, which would make 基金ing permanent for the L和 和 Water Conservation Fund at its $900 million annual authorized level.

根据这项法案, 国家公园管理局 would receive the bulk of the aid — 70% of the 基金s — or roughly $1.从2021财年开始,每年30亿美元.

林务局和渔业及野生动物局各获得10%, 也就是每年1.9亿美元, while 土地管理局 和 Bureau of Indian Education would each collect 5%, 大约每年9500万美元.

S.500 和 S.1081 were important for plant conservation because they contained language that required native plants 和 natural infrastructure to be used in the projects 基金ed by the bills. The new Great American Outdoors Act combines those two bills to further the protection of our natural l和s 和 water.

  • S.1081土地和水保护基金永久资金法案

    该法案将永久生效, 开始FY2020, 为水土保持基金(LWCF)拨款.

    The L和 和 Water Conservation Fund was established by Congress in 1964 to fulfill a bipartisan commitment to safeguard our natural areas, 水资源和文化遗产, 并为所有美国人提供娱乐机会. 不用纳税人的钱, the 基金 invests earnings from offshore oil 和 gas leasing to help strengthen communities, 保护我们的历史,保护我们的土地和水. The LWCF Act authorizes the L和 和 Water Conservation Fund at an annual level of $900 million, 但国会通常只拨款其中的一部分. While $900 million in revenue is deposited into a designated account in the Treasury each year, Congress has appropriated full 基金ing to support conservation 和 recreation projects only once in the Fund’s 50-year history – diverting the remainder for other purposes.

  • S.500 -恢复我们的公园法案和H.R.1225 -恢复我们的公园和公共土地法案

    这些法案建立了国家公园管理局遗产修复基金, 和 (2) requires 50% of all energy development revenues for FY2019-FY2023 to be deposited into such 基金.

  • H.R. 3195是S的汇票. 1081号法案在众议院获得了两党支持.

更新

On Tuesday, August 4, 2020 the President signed into law the Great American Outdoors Act.

感谢所有给你们的代表打电话和写信的人 投票支持这项重要的保护法案. 如果没有你,这场胜利就不会发生!

该法案于2020年1月初在参议院提出. It sets up a five-year pilot program in select National Parks to combat invasive species 和 test the success 和 the use of native plant material.

由参议员苏珊·柯林斯(共和党)和玛丽亚·坎特韦尔(民主党)领导的两党法案. Matt Cartwright (D-PA-8) introduced a companion bill in the House on February 28, 2020, H.R. 6024.

一项要求运输部长 establish a program to provide grants to carry out activities to benefit pollinators on roadsides 和 highway rights-of-way, 包括原生植物的种植和播种, 适合当地的草和野花, 包括乳草属植物, 以及其他用途.

This act facilitates a grant program including planting of native species along highways, 种植和播种适合本地的野花和草. Merkley参议员(d), 亚历山大(R-TN), Carper (D-DE)和Rounds (R-SD)是该法案的共同提案人.