Public Lands and oceans are often seen as a defining feature of our nation's character.

GreenLatinos believes that Latino/a/e communities have a right to access clean, healthy, reliable, and affordable water for drinking, recreation, economic stability, and community health.

GreenLatinos is committed to direct engagement with communities, advocates, and policymakers in order to advocate for more efficient, equitable, environmentally sustainable places to live, work, play, and learn.

GreenLatinos’ fight for la liberación ambiental includes conserving 30% of public lands in their natural state to address our disproportionate needs.

The climate crisis is already impacting Latino/a/e communities across the country. Latino/a/e communities want to see action taken to protect their health and mitigate the climate crisis.