For Future Generations
Muir Woods National Monument believes in taking action to protect our shared environment and prevent future damage.
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Golden Gate National Recreation Area is taking action to address climate change by moving towards zero-emission buildings, vehicles, and ferries. The park purchases clean, renewable electricity from our community choice energy providers, so our all-electric buildings and vehicles don't emit heat-trapping gasses into the atmosphere. Audio Description of this video available here: https://youtu.be/lDuOEXFnb9I
What are the Climate Impacts Here?
Climate change impacts are evident in redwood forests. Learns what causes it, and get an overview of how it will impact this forest.
A Climate Resilient Future
Draw upon inspiration from Muir Woods to envision a climate resilient future where all ecosystems and people can thrive.
Climate Change, Fire, and Redwoods
Redwood trees’ evolutionary adaptation to fire means they can survive. What does this mean in the age of climate change and mega-fires?
Climate Change, Birds, and Migration
Birds are sensitive to environmental changes around them, and are easy to count. This can teach us about climate change at Muir Woods.
Climate Change and Water
Explore the ways in which climate change will impact life at Muir Woods and people around the world with the changing availability of water.
Reducing our Carbon Footprint
Managing traffic flow at Muir Woods has helped us lower our carbon footprint.
Climate Change and Salmon
Salmonid populations at Muir Woods are affected by climate change. Follow up to date research and science on the species.
Climate Change at Golden Gate NRA
Muir Woods is managed by Golden Gate National Recreation Area. Learn how Golden Gate is addressing climate change!
Last updated: February 10, 2023