Pollution and national parks — why it’s an issue

SALT LAKE CITY — Critics of Utah’s proposed regional haze plan say it does not go far enough to cut emissions from a pair of…

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Protect views at our national parks and cut coal plant emissions, groups urge Utah

Utah regulators’ ideas for cutting emissions from coal-fired electrical plants is under fire from environmentalists who dismiss it as a rehash of a flawed plan…

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Livingston County News | Letchworth State Park photographs among winners of state parks contest

Two images of Letchworth State Park were among the winners of an online photo contest sponsored by the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation…

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Conservancy Partnership To Benefit Riverside Park’s Forest Areas

UPPER WEST SIDE-HARLEM, NY — A partnership between a New York City-based nature conservation and the nonprofit stewards of Riverside Park will benefit the beloved…

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State’s national, marine parks plan ‘on the mark’

A new report to be released today will throw weight behind the State Government’s recently announced plans to create millions of hectares of new national…

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CA State Parks says it can’t cut Oceano Dunes dust as ordered

Ten months after State Parks agreed to a legal order to reduce air pollution from the Oceano Dunes vehicle park by 50 percent by 2023,…

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Canadians invited to help shape the future of national parks in the Rocky Mountain region

Public input will help guide Parks Canada priorities CALGARY, Jan. 30, 2019 /CNW/ – Parks Canada places belong to all Canadians. They represent the very best…

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Parks and Wildlife Service plan in place to protect natural values

news, local-news, PWS, Paul Black, Jamie Kirkpatrick, Nature Photographers Tasmania, Tasmanian National Parks Association, Mount Anne The Parks and Wildlife Service has been developing contingency…

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NYC Parks’ Ridgewood Reservoir Designated As A Class I Freshwater Wetland | www.qgazette.com

NYC H2O was thrilled to announce that the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) designated the historic Ridgewood Reservoir as a Class I…

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MPA Watch helps celebrate California Underwater Parks Day this January

(MENAFN – ForPressRelease) STATEWIDECalifornia Underwater Parks Day arrives Saturday through Monday, January 19-21. Salinas, CA, January 15, 2019 – STATEWIDECalifornia Underwater Parks Day arrives…

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