Environmental community lays out funding priorities for FY2013

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WASHINGTON (February 10, 2012) - Today, numerous environmental groups released the Green Budget, which highlights highlights the environmental and conservation communities’ Fiscal Year 2013 National Funding Priorities. The Green Budget, prepared annually, illustrates how federal investments can help meet the environmental challenges of a changing climate, develop our clean energy resources, and sustain our nation’s lands, waters, and other natural resources.

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