Disappearing Icons: Re-imagining the National Parks After Climate Change

Many national parks were chosen for, and even named after, the country’s iconic natural sights, like sequoia trees, everglades and glaciers. Now, as the climate warms, many of these icons are beginning to disappear.

As the National Park Service celebrates its centennial this year, it’s grappling with a monumental challenge: what will be left in the national parks 100 years from now?

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