Air, Land, and Water

Great Waters

Water gives life to our national parks, shaping land and sustaining plants and animals. Yet, outside the parks, the health of these waters is being jeopardized.

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Landscape

National parks support broader conservation, as anchors of larger ecosystems, pathways linking wildlife habitat, or catalysts for resource protection.

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Climate Change

Climate change threatens some of the most treasured natural and historic features of our national parks and could cause irreversible damage.

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Mining and Fracking

Resource extraction can disrupt fragile landscapes, harm wildlife habitat, and contaminate water and air in surrounding communities.

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