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Which National Park Should You Visit Before It’s Inexorably Altered?

Which National Park Should You Visit Before It’s Inexorably Altered?

Every National Park is already being impacted by climate change. Take this quiz to see which one you should visit before its irreparably harmed.

Documenting Glaciers in the Dying Days of Ice

Documenting Glaciers in the Dying Days of Ice

Glacier National Park's namesake glaciers will likely be gone in a few decades. Scientists are chronicling their last days as a testament to climate change's profound impacts.

Sea Level Rise Could Wash Away Our Natural and Cultural History

Sea Level Rise Could Wash Away Our Natural and Cultural History

How the National Park Service prepares for a salty new reality could provide insight for other parks and communities along the coast.

‘It’s About Engaging the Next Generation’: Q&A with NPS Director

‘It’s About Engaging the Next Generation’: Q&A with NPS Director

Jonathan Jarvis is a National Park Service lifer. So when he says climate change is the biggest challenge the agency has faced in its 100-year history, it's worth listening to his insights on why and how to deal with it.

National Parks Facing Their Biggest Threat in Climate Change

National Parks Facing Their Biggest Threat in Climate Change

The National Park Service turns 100 years old this year. It's a cause for celebration that's marred by the growing impacts of climate change on iconic landscapes across the country.

States At Risk: America’s Preparedness Report Card

States At Risk: America’s Preparedness Report Card

Explore the preparedness actions that each of the 50 states are taking in relation to their current and future changes in climate threats.

Pulp Fiction, Part III: Wood Burning May Play Big Role In EPA’s New Rules

Pulp Fiction, Part III: Wood Burning May Play Big Role In EPA’s New Rules

The EPA is about to make critical decisions about wood energy as it cracks down on climate pollution. Mistakes could accelerate climate change. This is Part 3 from a five-month Climate Central investigation.

Pulp Fiction, Part II: The American Trees That Are Electrifying Europe

Pulp Fiction, Part II: The American Trees That Are Electrifying Europe

Trees are being cut down in the U.S. Southeast, one of the world's most biodiverse and heavily logged regions, to provide energy for Europe. This is Part 2 from a five-month Climate Central investigation.

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Autumn is on the Move Over the past 25 years, the onset of autumn has shifted, with leaves now staying on trees about 10.5 days later across the U.S.

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