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Furthermore, even though opposition to these giants and others Tijuana Mexico was present in the vanguard of the conservation Tijuana Mexico movement, it was not answered by instantaneous political rhetoric and “news analysts,” who seldom know what they are talking about. If it’s climate Tijuana Mexico change, they’ve been preprogrammed to be against solutions, Tijuana Mexico even though glaciers are disappearing before our eyes.

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Fortunately, a growing number of influential individuals and organizations within the media are fighting back with arguments and facts demonstrating the devastating consequences that are happening in real-time: islands and shorelines are disappearing; polar bears are becoming stranded on smaller and smaller ice floes; extreme, changing weather patterns are becoming commonplace; and, yes, the glaciers of Glacier National Park are fading toward extinction.

According to the Washington Post, “The glacier’s Grinnell’s glacier steep decline mirrors that of hundreds of other U.S. glaciers, from California’s Sierra Nevada to the North Cascades to the Central Alaska Range. All are in retreat, yet nowhere are the effects so profoundly felt as in Glacier National Park, which experts say could be glacier-free by mid-century.”

Happily, standing behind those individuals and organizations is the positive attitude of the American people toward their parks. In a June 12, 2012, national public opinion survey commissioned by two highly respected and nonpartisan organizations, the National Parks Conservation Association and the National Park Hospitality Association, it was clear that our national parks are highly revered.

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