Cultural resources are our record of the human experience. Collectively, archeological sites, cultural landscapes, ethnographic resources, museum collections, and historic buildings and structures connect one generation to the next. The National Park Service is charged with conserving cultural resources so that they may be enjoyed by future generations. Climate change is currently adding challenges to this role, and will continue to affect cultural resources in diverse ways. At the same time, through the tangible and intangible qualities they hold, cultural resources are also part of the solution to climate change. This Strategy sets out a vision and broad approach for managing impacts to and learning from cultural resources in this era of climate change.
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- Climate Change
- National parks and reserves
- Social Science
- Social Science / Anthropology