National Park Conservation
February 26, 2019 is the 100th Anniversary of the establishment of Grand Canyon National Park - this and other national parks, forests, wildlife refuges, monuments, and wildernesses are in danger. Using on-the-ground reporting as well as scientific research, Stephen Nash shows how industrial exploitation and accelerating climate change will dislocate wildlife populations and vegetation across hundreds of thousands of square miles of publicly owned national landscape, threatening their survival. Nash is a Visiting Senior Research Scholar at the University of Richmond who has taught in the journalism and environmental studies programs. He’s written on science and the environment for The Washington Post, The NY Times, BioScience, Archaeology, The Scientist, The New Republic, and more.
Stephen Nash MJ has also been featured in:
Grand Canyon For Sale: Public Lands versus Private Interests in the Era of Climate ChangeBuy
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