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Crisis in our national parks: How tourists are loving nature to death

Just before sunset near Page, Arizona, a parade of humanity marched up the sandy, half-mile trail toward Horseshoe Bend. They had come from all over the world. Some carried boxes of McDonald’s Chicken ... read more

How Native American tribes are bringing back the bison from brink of extinction

Related: Crisis in our national parks: how tourists are loving nature to death The brucellosis panic almost stopped Fort Peck from ever getting Yellowstone bison. Over six years, the tribes had to bat... read more

From Glacierless National Park to the Neverglades: Meet your future national parks

On their 100th anniversary, Grist is exploring America’s national parks and the humans who use them. See the full series. The famous landscapes we love are ... peaks. In our lifetimes, the national pa... read more

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How to improve Ireland’s small towns? ‘Irish Times’ readers share their ideas

A selection of your responses - submitted through our call-out ... Multi-storey car parks could be built in facades of shop fronts on or near Main Street to encourage people to shop in town - no out o... read more


Sewage flowing into Kuils River creates a health hazard for all of Cape Town

A dense non-toxic bloom can cause mass fish death when it ... by the environment. “Nature” is not — and has never been — something National Parks puts behind a fence and tourists visit on vacation. We ... read more

Why are people still living in the western US with the constant threat of climate change?

This year, the moisture in living trees in the Santa Fe National Forest has hit ... and I lose what we’ve put into our home, and it may not mean running out of water. But it may mean bearing witness t... read more

Yellowstone Park: America’s Cherished Cauldron of Death

That holds true in national parks, where the bounty of paved roads, groomed campsites and friendly rangers can make nature feel downright civilized. The great outdoors still pose risks to tourists and ... read more

Amazing! Taylor Swift Donates Proceeds From New Video ‘Wildest Dreams’ to Wild Animals!

APFA’s causes include the eradication of poaching, nature conservation, community engagement, and the development of sustainable tourism in some of ... “We are facing a conservation crisis in Africa i... read more

Rare white giraffe spotted in East Africa

Now a year old, her chances for survival into adulthood are good if left unmolested, said Derek Lee, founder of The Wild Nature Institute which ... landscape that is a patchwork of national parks, a c... read more

As review of public access nears, Banff National Park needs holiday from humans, say conservationists

He added that “nutrients and road salt have changed the chemical nature of the Bow River and its tributaries.” Results of a study conducted for Parks Canada ... Lake Louise Tourism. “Our members are v... read more

Kuils River health hazard for all

The Zandvliet Waste Water Treatment Works is in crisis ... by the environment. “Nature” is not — and has never been — something National Parks puts behind a fence and tourists visit on vacation. We hu... read more

The future for biodiversity conservation isn’t more national parks

World Heritage-listed, it received $18 million for operating costs in 2008–09, much of which goes to managing the influx of tourists. Yet ... their varied impacts are making our national parks unsafe ... read more



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