Congress: Our parks are worth fighting for! | National Parks Conservation Association
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Congress: Our parks are worth fighting for!

Parks are underfunded and understaffed, running on a shoestring budget but expected to bring amazing visitor experiences all-year-round. To make matters worse, the unpredictable impacts of climate change will transform landscapes for generations to come. The race to equip NPS with cutting-edge climate science and management practices is an urgent need.

National parks face constant climate threats, including unprecedented floods in places like Death Valley and Yellowstone, wildfires in Yosemite, and more frequent and intense hurricanes in the Everglades. In order to face understaffing, climate disasters, and longer-term impacts, parks need funding, so when parks need financial resources, we don’t find ourselves caught in cumbersome negotiations. Our parks need action now and cannot wait.

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