Defend National Parks With Our New Technology! February 08, 2006 11:36 AM
Once again the Bush administration has quietly launched an attack on America's most treasured places. This time political appointees in the Department of Interior have devised a plan to radically overhaul the way our National Parks are managed. The plan could have a detrimental effect on air quality, visibility, wildlife management, and more. The plan could also increase commercialization in our parks.
We only have until February 18 to weigh in on this proposal - click here to submit your comments now.
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Since their inception, our National Parks have been protected by the strict standards designed to protect and conserve these special places for generations to come. But now, without any justification or explanation for changing the way our parks are managed, the new proposal fundamentally weakens key protections and dilutes the Park Service’s core mission of conserving the Parks for future generations.
Despite shifts in political climate, the core mission of the National Park Service has remained unchanged for nearly a century. We cannot let this administration be the first to abandon the spirit of conservation that been the cornerstone of the park service mission.
We still have a chance to protect our national parks, but only if you act now. The deadline to submit comments on this proposal is February 18, 2005, so please don’t wait – click here to submit your comments now!
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