United States

In the midst of rapidly decreasing animal and plant life, the National Park Service plays a vital role in helping nature respond and adjust to changes in their environment as a result of global warming. Aiding in the fight against global warming, the National Parks provide wildlife with sanctuaries, safe harbour from fragmentation and pollution, while serving as invaluable locales where researchers can observe and study the various ways that diverse ecosystems and organisms react to climate change.

With over 407 National Park properties in the U.S. accounting for a total of 84.4 million acres of wilderness, the need has never been greater to solicit volunteers to assist with conservation efforts. Additionally, this movement hopes to inspire younger generations to get involved with park preservation; encourage concerned citizens to sign petitions and write local elected officials in support of NPS initiatives; and to help raise additional funds for conservancy campaigns to preserve national environments in the midst of global warming.