If the United States is a fair example, protecting wild lands as National Parks and Monuments still cannot protect them against climate change. For example, the once magnificent Muir Glacier in Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve has all but disappeared. Bark beetles infestations have become a much greater threat to pines in places like Bandelier National Park; historic sites in Canyon de Chelly and Masa Verde have been badly damaged by floods and fires. Protecting wild lands can help keep them wild, and is an important step, but unless human activity lessens its impact on the “outside” world these wild lands will still die off.
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