Donald Trump in 2019 signed into law a new very large conservation law. The law establishes five new parks and monuments. Extends significantly several other parks. The Parks Service budget has been cut this year. Two extremely large Obama and Clinton era monuments in Utah were limited by Trump. He cited overreach by the two prior presidents as the reason.
"The U.S. Geological Survey is leading a 15-year study meant to determine whether a 1 million-acre area surrounding the national park needs protection from new uranium mining claims well into the future. Now, no one can stake claims until 2032, though a portion of that Obama-era ban is under review by the Trump administration." - Trump Admin in the news - Denver Post March 8, 2018The Global Climate Protection Act was introduced by Joe Biden to the Senate in 1986. Working across the aisle, the act was passed and signed into law by then President Ronald Reagan. This became the first major piece of federal legislation to combat global warming.