EcoWatch: Nearly 100 Climate Action Plans for National Parks Removed From Website

EcoWatch: Nearly 100 Climate Action Plans for National Parks Removed From Website. “Climate change is a major challenge to America’s beloved National Parks—from hotter, drier conditions that can spark intense wildfires that can permanently alter Yosemite’s landscapes, to sea level rise triggered by warming temperatures that threaten the Everglades. In fact, nearly 100 parks have been preparing for and adapting to the damaging effects of climate change for years under the National Park Service’s ‘Climate Friendly Parks Program’ (CFP). However, you’ll no longer be able to easily find these well-documented efforts to reduce emissions and move to more sustainable operations—that’s because their work has been completely scrubbed from the Climate Friendly Parks Program website, a watchdog group has found.”