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A changing climate brings some new and unwanted guests to region's national parks

A changing climate brings some new and unwanted guests to region's national parks

A new report looks at the impact of climate change on National Parks including Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore.

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Changing climate in the Great Lakes region is driving native species out of national parks along the Great Lakes, according to a report published Wednesday by the Rocky Mountain Climate Organization and the National Resources Defense Council. But it might also drive out the one invasive species the parks need to survive – tourists.  Karen Hobb of the National Resources Defense Council joined Eight Forty-Eight to explain.

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