LB576 - Appropriate funds to the University of Nebraska

Nebraska has amazing natural resources, and it is our responsibility to do our part so these resources can be enjoyed by future generations.  The National Audubon Society’s recent analysis found that two-thirds of North America’s birds are vulnerable to extinction if we do not reduce carbon emissions. Examples of highly vulnerable species in Nebraska include the iconic Mountain Bluebird and Eastern Meadowlark.

The University System in Nebraska has some of the best leading scientists for changing climate challenges and can invigorate the diverse sectors needed to update the 2014 Assessing Climate change report.

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