Tag: National Parks

Pollution Does Not “Go Away”: Mylar Balloons and Air Quality in California’s Pristine Wastelands

colinhoag , August 6th, 2019


By Julia Sizek, University of California at Berkeley § Joshua Tree National Park regularly ranks as the National Park with the second-worst air quality, but its pollution is…


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Trump’s cuts to national monuments are an assault on our humanity – fight them

Holly Norton , December 6th, 2017


Reducing Utah’s national monuments is not simply about economics, archeology, ecology or grazing. The degradation of our public lands is a degradation of our humanity Monday, 4 December,…


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Trump’s cuts to national monuments are an assault on our humanity – fight them

Holly Norton , December 6th, 2017


Reducing Utah’s national monuments is not simply about economics, archeology, ecology or grazing. The degradation of our public lands is a degradation of our humanity Monday, 4 December,…


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More than Scenery: National Parks Preserve Our History and Culture

Antoinette Jackson , August 3rd, 2016


Antoinette Jackson talks with former president Jimmy Carter about the nearly vanished town of Archery, which occupied part of Carter’s boyhood farm. Photo courtesy of the USF Heritage…


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