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There are countless stories about how climate change affects national parks and how the National Park Service is responding to the challenge. You'll find a sampling of them below.
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All the videos linked below are also available on the Climate Change Response Program YouTube page.

Choose your video series:

  • Watercolor painting of a wetlands landscape in Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve
    Drawing Connections

    Here you'll find some lesser-known park climate change stories, including history, cultural traditions, and human health.

  • Sun sets behind desert hills with scrub and brush above a meandering river valley
    Warming up to Adaptation

    This video series introduces key concepts of climate adaptation, and explores on-the-ground efforts at three different national parks.

  • Wall of Fort Jefferson in Dry Tortugas National Park
    Climate Change Impacts

    How is climate change affecting our national parks? This series takes a deep dive on climate impacts from Alaska to Florida.

  • A ranger smiles while surrounded by children in front of a school bus
    Every Kid in a Park

    What happens when high school students stay overnight in a park, learn about climate change, and teach fourth graders what they learned?

  • A young smiling intern speaks in front of trees while students in foreground listen
    Intern Spotlight

    See how student interns gain experience while helping the NPS come to a better understanding of climate change impacts to parks and people.

  • A white flag labeled
    The NPS Responds

    Learn ways that national parks are engaging the public as the NPS responds to climate change.

  • Looking out at grasses and a water inlet from a wooden porch with canopy overhead
    Managing for a Changing Climate

    Park managers face a variety of challenges when planning for the future as our planet warms.

  • A park ranger stands in front of a group of kids while pointing in the distance, trees in background
    Explaining Climate Change in a Classroom

    Learn the basics of climate change through a couple easy classroom demonstrations.

  • Flower-covered mountain slope, with more mountains in background with trees and snow
    More from the Parks

    Explore this collection of videos created by our park and regional partners around the NPS.

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Photos are available on the Climate Change Response Program Flickr page and also in the photo gallery.

Last updated: September 8, 2021


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