From left: Ruth Glacier, Denali National Park, Alaska; Great Sand Dunes National Monument and Preserve, Colorado
From left: North Window, Arches National Park, Utah; Volcanoes National Park, Hawaii
From left: South Rim, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona; Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah
The latest executive order takes aim at iconic public places that store carbon, protect ecosystems, and keep fossil fuels in the ground.
Americans remind the Interior secretary that this land is our land (and we should be able to afford visiting it).
The interior secretary’s proposal to hand over park management to private companies has riled up some very unhappy campers.
Hannah Rothstein’s grim tourism posters are a call to action, in a time when the president is pillaging our public lands.
If we don’t address these increasingly severe threats, America’s most treasured lands might soon be unrecognizable.
To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service, NRDC’s very own wilderness fanatics share their most treasured park memories.
Make long-lasting memories but a minimal environmental impact during your spring break getaway.
These iconic American vacation spots will soon become unrecognizable—or worse, vanish. Pack your bags, quick!