Golden introduced Senate Joint Resolution 5 because he says his generation has over the past decades “hammered the environment really hard.” He adds, “In almost every aspect of environmental health, we are handing the next generation ecosystems that are more degraded and less sustainable than when we got them.”
To reverse this trend, he says, “We’ve got to give our rights to a clean environment parity with other rights. Personal property rights, corporate rights, some of our civil rights, those tend not to be eroded when they’re well protected,” he says.
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