Green Park - Green Planet
"Earth's climate is changing,
The challenge of climate change allows parks to serve as very visible models for climate friendly actions. Hawai`i Volcanoes National Park Parks participated in a Climate Friendly Parks Workshop with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and have completed the needed steps to become recognized as a Climate Friendly Parks member. We are leading the way in the effort to protect your parks natural resources and ensure their preservation for future generations.
Change has always been a powerful force of nature. National parks and the stories they represent help us understand and appreciate how much our lives are influenced by change. They illustrate for us how interconnected we are with our environment whenever change occurs.
As individuals and families, you can make a difference by following the tips listed in the links below:
Are You a Climate Friendly Family?
Did You Know?
The endangered Honu`ea (Hawksbill Sea Turtle) comes to shore on the main Hawaiian Islands to nest. They lay multiple nests throughout the season with an average of 175 eggs per nest. Only one in 5,000 hatchlings survives to adulthood.