Booker unveils 'nature-based' strategy

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Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.) is unveiling draft legislation today that encourages tree-planting, sustainable agriculture and other “nature-based” strategies to address climate change.

Three other 2020 Democrats unveiled plans Wednesday also centered on rural interests, with an eye toward combating climate change.

A Democratic senator and a coalition of conservation groups are speaking out against the new acting chief of the Bureau of Land Management.

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