The National Park Service’s environmental protection program has been severely weakened by the devastating impacts of climate-change and wildfire.
A new report finds that, by 2050, the program’s costs could reach $50 billion.
As the parks department prepares to release its budget, it needs to find a way to avoid that kind of financial catastrophe.
The National Parks Service, however, has been busy preparing for it.
The agency has launched an extensive climate change adaptation plan.
And now, it wants to find ways to ensure the parks can continue to protect our planet’s most vulnerable communities and native wildlife.
The report comes as the agency prepares to announce its next budget.
But there’s no denying the agency has a lot of work ahead.
For decades, the National Park System has had a budget that was nearly impossible to cut, given the need to protect the environment.
That budget was created after a decade of declining revenues.
At the height of the recession in 2008, the parks budget was nearly $3 billion.
Today, it is about $8 billion.
A budget of $50.5 billion is unprecedented, but it’s a start.
There are two reasons why this is the kind of budget that the National Parks System needs to get through the budget crunch.
First, the climate is changing.
The parks are already seeing the effects of the extreme weather we’re seeing around the country, from extreme droughts and wildfires to droughty winters and hot summers.
Second, there’s a significant risk that the parks will need to reduce funding to protect their most vulnerable areas.
The climate and its effects on the parks are changing, but the National Institutes of Health has warned that it will become more intense.
In other words, the more extreme the weather and climate, the greater the risk of the parks’ ability to provide services to its users.
A key component of this strategy is the park service’s Climate Change Adaptation Plan.
Under the plan, the agency will seek to make adjustments to its current spending, particularly if climate change becomes more severe.
It also will consider new and improved climate-adaptation models and plans.
This means that the agency is trying to make sure its budgets don’t become a drain on the agency.
To achieve this goal, the park services plan to reduce the amount of climate science that it does, the amount it funds, and the amount that it invests in climate science research.
In the meantime, the report highlights the impact that climate change is having on the environment in the United States.
The budget estimates that the park system has already spent more than $9 billion on climate science since the 1980s.
The most recent budget includes a plan to make up the difference.
To be clear, the budget includes $5 billion in climate research.
But that’s just a tiny portion of the total.
The park system also has a large portion of its budget that is tied to programs that address the climate.
In fact, the most comprehensive climate change research program in the parks is called the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Climate Adaptation Program.
The program aims to improve and update climate models and computer models to better predict the impacts of extreme weather and wildfires.
While climate change doesn’t yet have a direct impact on the National Science Foundation, it’s been a major driver of the agency’s research and development in recent years.
The Parks and Wildlife Service also has an extensive plan to develop new climate models.
The plan also includes the Climate Adaptations Program.
This program has a broad scope to develop and improve climate models, to include models that can better understand how climate change affects species.
This research helps us better understand the effects climate change will have on our planet and how to adapt to it.
In addition, the Parks and Conservation Service has also launched the Climate Change Science and Technology Program, or CSST.
CSST is focused on developing and improving models of climate and natural hazards that will be useful for the parks and the communities they serve.
In short, the Park Service has the resources it needs and is committed to developing the models and models that will help protect the parks.
And the National Weather Service also plans to expand its climate model and other weather forecasting tools, including the National Forecast System.
In a nutshell, climate change impacts will likely become more frequent, and they’ll require us to prepare for more frequent and severe weather and more frequent wildfires.
That’s because climate change changes are becoming more extreme.
We are also going to be experiencing more intense and frequent weather events.
And there’s already a lot that’s changing.
By 2050, it will be nearly impossible for the National Forest System to keep up with the growing impacts of wildfires.
For example, it won’t be able to respond to the threat of a wildfire within the next decade.
The number of wildfires in the national forests has been on the rise for decades.
A number of factors have contributed to this.
First of all, wildfires are now being more destructive in the