From the unique ecosystem of Isle Royale to the historic lighthouses of the Apostle Islands, Lake Superior’s 5 National Parks boast natural and cultural resources cherished by generations. But the park facilities run primarily on fossil fuels.
This must change.
With 10% of the world’s freshwater, Lake Superior and the National Parks are facing the ravages of a changing climate. We owe it to the lake, the parks, and ourselves to create a future without carbon pollution.
Our answer: Decarbonize the Parks—an ambitious project to cut carbon pollution from parks facilities and pursue net-zero energy consumption.