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Volume 28
Number 1
Spring 2011
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NPS climate change talking points

By Karen Akerlof, Gregg Bruff, and Joe Witte
Published: 4 Sep 2015 (online)  •  14 Sep 2015 (in print)
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• Climate change is happening and human activities are contributing to and accelerating it.

• Changing climate has consequences for parks, people, and the planet.

• The National Park Service is responding with practices that address climate change.

• The choices we make now may help to avoid catastrophic impacts in the future.

Correspondence author: Karen Akerlof.

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