Climate Friendly & Cool Parks

Climate Friendly Parks
Cool Parks

From seashores and lakeshores to glaciers and deserts, the impacts of climate change are already taking their toll on our national and state parks. As stewards of these resources, the National Park Service and California State Parks are taking a leading role in climate change response. Through the Climate Friendly Parks and Cool Parks programs, Redwood National and State Parks is assessing and reducing its contribution to climate change while educating staff and visitors about its impacts. These actions help preserve our natural and cultural treasures for future generations.


Visit Climate Friendly Parks online at

To learn more about Cool Parks, visit

Also check-out Do Your Part!—an interactive online program for park visitors and supporters with information and tools to understand and reduce their carbon footprints and thereby help to protect our parks from climate change:


Last updated: November 20, 2017

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1111 Second Street
Crescent City, CA 95531


(707) 464-6101

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