The effects of climate change are happening now, and all our national parks are suffering. Their lakes and rivers are drying up, glaciers are melting, beaches are eroding, and historic structures and artifacts are crumbling. Our parks are at the forefront of the climate crisis and can offer some of our best solutions for tackling it.Congress has the opportunity to get our communities, our parks and our country on the right track and address the impacts of climate change now and prepare for new challenges that come our way. Ask your member to take strong action on climate now by investing in clean energy, infrastructure projects, and environmental justice in our parks and communities.
Protecting National Parks is Key to Combating Climate Change
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