Environmental study ranks Arizona second lowest among Western states

The scorecard was produced by the non-profit Center for Western Priorities

By Joshua Bowling | The Republic

Arizona ranked second-lowest among eight Western states in a scorecard measuring the use and management of public lands, an advocacy group said Tuesday.

The scorecard, produced and released by the non-profit Center for Western Priorities, examined how Western states regulated public lands, recreation, wildlife conservation and energy development.

Jennifer Rokala, the center’s executive director, said reports like this one are increasingly important in the national political climate.

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