National Parks Conservation Association

Pilot Program at Grand Teton National Park Informs Future of Composting in Teton County

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JACKSON, Wyo., November ­09, 2017 /3BL Media/ – As part of the Zero-Landfill Initiative, Teton County is making great inroads with new composting waste removal efforts. The Zero-Landfill Initiative is a collaboration between Subaru of America, Inc., National Parks Conservation Association (NPCA), the National Park Service (NPS) and park concessioners to reduce the amount of visitor-generated waste that national parks send to the landfills. Collaborators spent the summer targeting the one material that is believed to comprise up to 40 percent of Teton County’s waste stream - food.

Trash in our National Parks - Why It's Your Problem Too

More than 100 million pounds of garbage is generated by national park visitors each year. Here's what you can do to help.
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A recent survey conducted by Subaru of America and the National Parks Conservation Association found that a majority of Americans (59%) are unaware of the monumental waste challenges facing the country's national parks. 

What's more, a second study found that the bulk of that waste is coming from outside the parks and that the lion's share of the garbage is food waste and plastic water bottles. 

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This Will Make You Want to Visit a National Park

By Gena Wolfson
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Happy birthday to the National Park Service!

For 100 years, our national parks have provided a reprieve from city life, important education about conservation and some pretty memorable adventures.

Protecting the Future of Our National Parks

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August 2016 | By Elisabeth Kwak-Hefferan

It’s not all sunsets and s’mores. If the parks are going to last another century, we need to renew our effort to protect and preserve them. From garbage to global warming, here are the challenges—and solutions—ahead.
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August 2016 | By Elisabeth Kwak-Hefferan

100-Million Pound Problem: The Subaru Zero Landfill Initiative to Make National Parks Zero-Landfill

[Video Trailer] Who We Are is What We Leave Behind
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Every year, visitors to the most pristine places on earth send over 100 million pounds of garbage to landfills. Subaru, recognized for having the first automotive assembly plant in America designated as zero landfill, presents "Who We Are is What We Leave Behind," a new video series documenting the National Parks zero landfill initiative. 

Subaru to Share Zero Landfill Expertise With National Park Service to Reduce Park Waste

Pilot Program Planned for Yosemite, Grand Teton and Denali National Parks
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Cherry Hill, N.J., June 8, 2015 /3BL Media/ – Subaru, recognized for having the first automotive assembly plant in America designated as zero landfill, today announced it will share its knowledge of zero landfill practices with the National Park Service to reduce landfill waste from the parks.

JustGreen™ Lifestyle anuncia su asociación con National Parks Conservation Association para ayudar a detener el calentamiento global

National Parks Conservation Association es el Socio Oficial de Beneficencia de JustGreen Lifestyle en los EE.UU
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HOUSTON, Texas- 18 de septiembre del 2013 /3BL Media/JustGreen Lifestyle, un subsidiario de Just Energy Group Inc. (NYSE/TSX: JE), junto con National Parks Conservation Association (NPCA) se complace en anunciar una asociación conjunta en un esfuerzo para ayudar a preservar nuestros parques nacionales y promover estilos de vida más verde y un medio ambiente más limpio para todos los estadounidenses.

JustGreen™ Lifestyle Partners with the National Parks Conservation Association to Help Stop Global Warming

“National Parks Conservation Association is the Official Charitable Partner for JustGreen Lifestyle in the U.S.”
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HOUSTON, Texas, September 18th, 2013 /3BL Media/JustGreen Lifestyle, a Just Energy Group Inc. (NYSE/TSX: JE) brand, together with National Parks Conservation Association (NPCA) are pleased to announce a joint partnership in an effort to help preserve our national parks and promote greener and cleaner lifestyles for all Americans.

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